Managing the Test People.
Managing the Test People
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MANAGING THE TEST PEOPLE: A GUIDE TO PRACTICAL TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT is a key 'must have' reference for any library catering to business or software managers: it fills a gap in the literature, comes from an author who has some 20 years experience in the software management industry, and tells how to use specific technical management strategies beyond the usual general methods to get the most from a test team. From politics to the special requirements of technical leadership, MANAGING THE TEST PEOPLE comes from real-world case histories and issues and is an excellent business reference.