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When a Test Manager Makes a Difference

Guest Webinar by: Derk-Jan de Grood

In this webinar we will explore situations in which you as a test manager can make a difference. For example:

Due to the adoption of Agile, the role of test manager seems redundant. Teams and individual professionals are self-managing and coordinating their own work. 

Webinar hosted by Joel Montvelisky, PractiTest Chief Solution Architect 

With 20 years of testing experience, Joel is an expert with vast knowledge in various QA methodologies.

How do we e.g. deal with compliance, integration and final acceptance in a contractor’s context? 
How does a test manager coordinate the work over teams and ensures the quality of the testing itself? 

Nevertheless, in some organizations and projects, there is a need for a quality ambassador that understand the agile quality strategy and can help, monitor and ensure that working solutions are delivered. 

About Derk-Jan de Grood

Derk-Jan de Grood works for Valori as senior test manager and agile transition coach. As consultant he helps originations with their Scrum adoptions and embedding the quality strategy. He is an experienced trainer, workshop host and a regular speaker at conference like Agile Testing Days, the Seoul Testing Conference, EXPO:QA, Freetest and the STAR conferences in Europe and America. He wrote several successful books on software testing and frequently publishes articles and columns for the major magazines. On his own blog he shares his knowledge and experience for everyone to benefit. In 2014 he won the EuroSTAR testing excellence award. In 2016 he published a new book: Agile in the real world, starting with Scrum

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Tuesday, September 26th  2017 
10:30  - 11:30 AM,  EDT 
Duration: 1 Hour

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