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Risk-Based Testing: Better Focus, Better Products

On your development projects, is testing all too often conducted under severe pressure due to limited resources and a challenging time schedule? Risk-Based Testing (RBT) helps to optimize the allocation of resources and provides decision support for effective project management. 
RBT applies the proven principles of risk management to create a hierarchical testing strategy. RBT supports a better understanding on what risks are going to have the greatest consequence on a project and what risks are most likely to happen, then creating a test plan around both. In short, RBT provides your team with clarity and focus to drive an effective and efficient testing program, leading to a better product.
This presentation will consider questions like: Where do we test to get the most bang for our buck? What do we test first? How do we decide what not to test?
Learning Objectives:
Define risk-based testing
Explain why risk-based testing is needed.
Identify a checklist of drivers of quality risk that informs testing strategy 
Compare five techniques for analyzing quality risks
Identify a nine-step approach to do risk-based testing.
Date and Time
Wednesday, 10/20/2021
5:30 PM - 6:15 PM Free Food and Networking 6:15 PM - 7:45 PM Scott's Presentation and Q&A
Concurrency Inc 13600 Bishops Ct, Brookfield, WI 53005 Click here for map.
FREE - Thanks to Concurrency and our other sponsors!
Speaker Bio:
Scott Stribrny brings nearly 40-years of experience in software, systems, and management to his client engagements and his Loyola Executive Education courses. An internationally acknowledged authority in project management, information systems/technology, systems engineering, and lean development and management, Scott is interested in the intersections of business, technology, and organizational risks.  
Beginning a corporate career with a start-up firm that went from zero to 100 million dollars in just five years, Scott moved on to a Fortune 50 conglomerate where he worked with industry leading engineers, scientists, and the executive suite. Scott ascended to management and was responsible for the development of groundbreaking products and services where he applied best practices in project management. His accumulated management experience ranges across many industries, including aerospace, telecommunications, finance, insurance, retail, information services, and manufacturing.  
Scott is president, co-founder, and managing director of Group Atlantic, Inc.; a senior consultant in the business technologies strategies practice for IT research company the Cutter Consortium; and a thought leader at the IT Metrics and Productivity Institute. His courses on leadership development, high-performance teams, requirements definition, risk management, and project estimating are well known for their innovation and practical applicability.