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SDLC models and Methdologies

                    SDLC Model and Methodologies SDLC Model: Software development life cycle model, it describes the all phases involved in different stages. To make a project success, the project requires a right SDLC model according to the requirement of the project. SDLC models are used for better deliver of project. SDLC …

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Regression Testing

Regression Testing: Software regression is any unwanted change that happens after changes are made to the system. Now the system change can have some software code that is changed in order to implement new feature or to fix certain defects. This decay in the software can be either functional or …

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Smoke Testing

SMOKE TESTING, also called as “Build Verification Testing”, is a kind of software testing that contains of a non-exhaustive set of tests that ensure the most significant functions work. In other words, smoke testing is the preliminary check of the software after a build and before a release. This kind …

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Boundary Value Analysis

Introduction: One of the most crucial step in software development is software testing, there are number of software testing technique used and boundary value analysis (BVA) is a widely used software testing for checking errors or bugs on ranges in boundaries. Equivalence partitioning plays a vital role in boundary value …

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Benchmarking

Benchmarking is the process of comparing something or someone with best practice. Best practices are collections of activities within an organisation that are done very well and recognised as such by others Or Benchmarking refers to a process of comparing agencies,operations and performance against recognised standards and improving those operations …

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PROCESS IMPROVEMENT

What is business process? Every business is operating with collective activities or steps or works in a defined manner to achieve their goal called business process. Business process always have inputs, and will use their resources in order to get a specific outputs for their target customers or market. Outputs …

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Facilitation Conflict Techniques

Argument vs Debate : Argument : Participants continue to state their opinions without responding  to an opposing view Debate: Participant understands the opposing view Focus on facts Intervention During Conflicts : When: Arguments occurs. Three approaches (focus on the situation) –state your observation.(e.g. let’s take a process check. Are we …

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Conducting a session

Prior to starting a session: –Always be the first one to arrive–Ensure the room is setup properly –Ensure all equipment is available and operating –Setup parking lot and issue Charts Starting a session –Begin with the introduction –Review the objectives and agenda for meeting –Ask someone to serve as timekeeper …

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What is Session Planning

Set Session Objective , Agenda and decide your facilitation techniques Identify your participants by interviewing executive sponsor or from stakeholders profile document Identify all stake holders authority and impact on project Plan for the risk associated with the facilitation session. Consider your environment ( Equipment needed, room setup, conference call …

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The Facilitation Process

A Planning stage:–Preparing participants, the site, and session plan A conducting stage:–Assisting the participants in identifying their needs and making decision –Managing conflicts and validating results –Documenting results An Evaluation stage:–Assessing facilitation and decision processes –Following up and ensuring open issues are resolved

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