How to Measure the Quality of Testing
Ivan Ericsson, SQS
About the Topic
With a growing number of organizations realizing that professional testing and quality assurance is key to launching and maintaining professional services to the market, there is an increasing focus on what good testing looks like. There are three questions that can be asked to gauge the overall quality of any given testing effort. Ivan Ericsson has been in testing and QA for over 20 years, and will use a range of examples to explain how to ask these three questions, and how to understand the answers. It is only once you have a quantified understanding of your current testing maturity that you can make the most informed decisions about where to invest in test process improvement. Well managed test process improvement can deliver significant benefits in terms of increased production quality, reduced costs, increased throughput and higher levels of customer satisfaction. This presentation will talk you through how to achieve this.
Key Learning Objectives
- How to measure the quality of testing
- How to improve the quality of testing
- How to understand where to invest in test process improvement
About the Speaker
Ivan Ericsson is head of business development for SQS, the world’s largest pureplay testing and quality assurance organization. He has run large testing departments for large organizations in many countries, has built test centres of excellence and delivered a range of test process improvement initiatives. Within SQS he owns the service portfolio, and runs the internal delivery assurance function. Until this year he was the editor of the annual SQS thought leadership book. He brings a truly global perspective on testing and quality assurance, as well as the benefits that strong QA can bring. Ivan has written a number of whitepapers on testing and QA, and is a regular speaker at conferences. Where possible he likes to use examples and stories to bring his concepts to life
Hosted by SQS
Two Prudential Plaza
180 N. Stetson
Grant Park Room - 16th Floor
Chicago, IL 60601
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1:30-2:00 Sign-in & Networking
2:15-4:00 Presentation (15 minute break at 2:45)
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