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Test Planning the Marine Way: “Develop A Shared Situational Awareness” by Ed Cook

April 4th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Testing From The Field

“The process of planning itself should provide a common understanding of the nature of the problem and so support communication and cooperation. In other words, planning is a way of exploring the situation. Even if the understanding of that situation is incomplete or not entirely correct—and most attempts to attain situational awareness will be both—the […]

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Test Planning the Marine Way: “Direct and Coordinate Action” by Ed Cook

October 25th, 2010 · No Comments · Testing From The Field

In the Back to Basics post, we defined planning with 5 key functions, and we broadly defined how each function relates to Test Planning. Let’s dive deeper into the first point – Direct and coordinate action. For Test Planning, we can refine this point to mean that we will define the normal process of testing […]

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