Jim Benson, Modus Cooperandi
If we can’t see our work and understand it, how do we expect others to value it? Testing is often undervalued by project managers and development teams, but quality products rely upon it. Often, this is because testing’s day- to- day actions and its unpredictable work load are invisible to others. Jim Benson will show how visualization of work by testers can greatly improve relations and create a less stressful workload.
Jim discusses Personal Kanban in this part tutorial / part social psych lesson / part QA/QC case study extravaganza. Jim also thinks Powerpoint is boring, uses no slides, and prefers instead to actually talk to people.