This is the latest in UNICOM’s series of online panel discussions on the topic of Testing, Agile and DevOps. In these sessions leading subject experts/gurus present and hold panel discussions with audience Q&A.
The session is approximately 60 minutes duration and in an interactive format, so that the delegates actively participate, communicate through Q&As, network with peers and panellists during the session.
Please also join the post-event discussion on our Twitter party on the day.
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In recent years, thoughts on the best approach for QA/Test Management have changed from a decentralised model to one that is centralised. Most organisations are moving to Agile and Dev-Ops as the time to market expectations are becoming shorter, but we recognise that the promised test automation benefits are still not always being delivered. So should we now be heading back to a decentralised approach?
Taking on board a combination of what history has taught us, insights from the 2020 Continuous Testing Report and Sogeti’s experience in the market, Ian and Folu will explore the answer to the following question ‘Should I have a centralised QA function?’ and provide their view on how organisations should organise their QA function to maximise the business value and efficiency within the delivery lifecycle.