This webinar session will demonstrate successful outcomes through: identification and reduction of wastes and countermeasures; determination of value streams, owners, and assignments; compression of software test project schedules; adaptation and responses to unexpected changes in requirements, designs, conditions, and expectations; and more. By tracking activities on a demand-driven basis and shifting resources to the areas of greatest need and highest priority, software test planning can respond quickly to dynamic changes and adapt as needed to meet changing requirements and expectations. This also demonstrates value and reduces waste in overall product development. Dynamic software test planning compresses the critical path by reducing the distance and duration between test phases. Software testing work can start on demand once sufficient dependencies and artifacts are provided to enable progress.
Presenter: Daniel Zrymiak
Daniel Zrymiak is from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, and has more than 25 years of professional experience in quality management. He worked in Hong Kong, Germany, and Canada, with specific experience in business services, manufacturing, medical software, and web commerce solutions. Zrymiak was also a part-time faculty member at the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Kwantlen Polytechnic University teaching software quality assurance, software testing, statistics, and configuration management. He has attained distinctions as a quality professional, including designation as an ASQ Fellow and receipt of ASQ's Crosby and Feigenbaum Medals and Testimonial Award. He is an ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB), Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE), Software Quality Engineer (CSQE), Quality Engineer (CQE), and has multiple lead auditor credentials. He has been a conference speaker at multiple international quality conferences.