In my last post I discussed how a Testing Centre of Excellence can reduce cost and create efficiency in an organisation. In this post I will discuss some of the other benefits of a TCOE.
Today we welcome back our popular guest author, Renée Elizabeth Mineart.
I realised this week that I have a character flaw. Probably, one of many, if I’m being honest, but let’s just focus on the one for now.
At the heart of every Digital Transformation project or programme lays digital assurance, and within that quality assurance function hosts a team of able testers, but there’s always a fear that digital transformation will prevent businesses from fully committing to the process due to lack of resources being available. Most companies undertaking this exercise will set up a dedicated team to deliver the digital transformation allowing existing staff to continue with business as usual. Organisations can set up a test team and associate processes to accelerate digital transformation without any significant impact to existing projects by following key steps.
Building a high performing team is never an easy undertaking. Building the test team for a Digital Transformation project is no different.