How can the whole team, including testers, help to build quality into processes and products? In this webinar learn more about W. Edward Deming's key principles for business effectiveness and ways to exercise them in your agile workplace.
Janet Gregory is a consultant, specializing in building quality systems, and helping companies promote agile quality processes.
Lisa Crispin is an Agile tester and coach, helping practitioners deliver quality software frequently and sustainably. Janet and Lisa are founders of agiletestingfellow.com and co-authors of Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams, More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole Team, and Agile Testing Condensed: A Brief Intro. From the very start, Janet and Lisa have been vital and indispensable members of the Agile Testing Days USA and Agile Testing Days in Germany community. Their world-renowned work and passion for Agile Testing can not be valued high enough.
Session Abstract: Quality Processes in an Agile Environment In 1982, W. Edward Deming identified 14 key principles for business effectiveness. These principles are alive and well in effective agile teams and organization.
It is important that the “whole team” buys into practices such as Acceptance Test Driven Development and understands that testing is an activity that happens throughout development from the very beginning and not a phase at the end. While testing is a large part of any quality program, it is not the only thing.
Janet and Lisa explore some of the practices that support those Deming’s quality principles and help to build quality into both your product and your processes.
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This webinar was recorded on July 22, 2020.
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