Wednesday, April 2, 2008

'In each stage of process evolution, existing practices are made robust with the inclusion of more sophisticated practices.'

Software quality assurance suffers due to cynical staffing

Why is it so very difficult to staff the software quality assurance with the right person? After researching on this question for many years, Mr Raghav S. Nandyal, author of Making Sense of Software Quality Assurance ( ) comes up with an answer: “The root cause of this problem, I find, lies much deeper in an organisational idiosyncrasy linked to ineffective staffing which can at best be described as a bizarre and a cynical approach to staffing software quality assurance — ‘staff it with the non-performers’!”


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