I am pleased to report that included among the webinars is a presentation on Dynamic Software Test Planning. The timing of this webinar followed the WCQI session of the same topic, of which I was rated by the attendees as a "top octile" speaker and presentation (9.5/10 for both).
Members can view the Member Gift at http://asq.org/membership/members/gift/
My presentation is available at http://media.asq.org/122165/web.mp4
I would be delighted to elaborate or expand on any questions on the topic of Dynamic Software Testing or the application of Lean to test projects.
Sometimes I can be a cheeky monkey, or even a precocious rascal. When I toot my own horn, it is intended in a self-effacing way.
Actually, I was very humbled to be included among such luminaries and thought-leaders this month. I noticed that ASQ's Member Gift description included a photo of Eric Hayler (likely because he is far more photogenic than me).
I am truly grateful to ASQ leaders and mentors like James Spichiger ; who has been a constant source of encouragement and inspiration to me and others. I am by no means a subject expert - if anything I am skilled at summarizing and gleaning from the great works of inspired authors and thought-leaders. The history of Inspection is itself the history of the formation of Quality as we know it today, and every practitioner should refresh themselves on the basic fundamentals.
Daniel Zrymiak, you may be tooting your own horn and a tongue-in-cheek manner, but rest assured that I will be in touch when I have questions because I know I can get answers from you!