3 Lies Agile Testing Teams Tell Themselves

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When building an agile testing team, there are assumptions and then there’s reality. Below are some questions to consider as you assess your company’s agile progress.

  • Are your developer and QA teams really working together in an agile way to deliver great digital experiences?
  • Does your agile team have the right skills to be successful?
  • Who’s actually in charge of your agile strategy?

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Based on my observations and discussions with Perfecto customers, not enough organizations are asking these questions and are happy to presume they have a smooth-running and successful agile process in place. But the fact is, many agile testing teams aren’t performing as well as you would hope.

In the video below, I’ve outlined three common assumptions (Ok, lies) about agile testing that could use a hard dose of reality. Check it out and let me know in the comment section about your own experiences moving to an agile practice.

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Carlo leads Product Marketing at Perfecto. He is responsible for go-to-market strategy, product positioning, messaging and he manages the Customer Advisory Board. He is a frequent speaker at industry events such as StarEast and STP CON. Previously, he had similar responsibilities at RSA Security. He earned an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BSc in Computer Science from Tufts University. He served his country as a captain in the United States Air Force in the acquisition corps delivering major software programs.

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