Get a grip on your quality by using Quality Views

25-minute Talk

Assessing quality of different systems owned by different teams can be a challenge. Quality Views help us achieve exactly that!

Virtual Pass session

Timetable

10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Wednesday 15th

Room

Room F3 - Track 3: Talks

Audience

Testers, Managers, Product Owners

Key-Learning

  • How to implement Quality Views
  • How quality views help teams and management have the same understanding of quality
  • What is the long-term value of using this framework

Quality is complex. Quality is subjective. Even if we all talk about the same system and have the same professional background, our assessment of a system’s quality might wildly differ. So, when I got the request to detect the quality gaps among multiple teams, I knew I needed a uniform way to scan and assess in order to provide this information.

This is when I discovered Colin Breck’s Quality Views. What initially was meant to only help me detect the next focus area as a test engineer, turned out to be a powerful tool that helped the teams and our management to create a common understanding of our systems and their quality. Quality Views help us balance the effort put in delivering new functionality to customers with the effort needed to improve & maintain the quality of our systems.

I hope that by sharing my experience with Quality Views:

- you’ll see the potential of applying this tool in your organisation,

- enable your organisation to move faster by improving your quality

- and establish a uniform way of assessing quality of any type of systems you own (customer facing or not).

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