From time to time the testers (feel that they) get the blame for delays in projects. The impression is that we have not tested well enough and/or are delayed. Sometimes it is true – we are not prepared before the test period. Maybe we “guestimated” and not estimated the work needed to be done by the testers, and then copied old (not updated) test scripts with the approach test everything all over again. Quite often we even try to test systems with poor quality until (hopefully) the quality improves, and that can be a rather expensive approach (with low success rate)...
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Gro Rognstad has a passion for Testing and Quality. She is Chief Technology Officer in Sogeti Norway and responsible for bringing our testing services and innovations to customers and employees. She is a senior advisor with a broad background and 27 year in IT - the last 17 years focusing on Testing and Quality. She advises organizations on innovation and Quality Transformation projects. Gro is active as a course trainer and speaker at seminars. In 2007 Gro was in the management team starting up Sogeti as a company in Norway. Gro is leader of Testing Services Community in Global Service Line Testing at Sogeti Group. She is also member of Global Testing Leadership Community in Cap Gemini group. In addition to that she is engaged as a board member of the Norwegian Computer Society, Community for Software Testing.
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