By Pauline van Goethem and Brian Hambling
How to build an effective User Acceptance Testing (UAT) Team
The mechanics of team formation are well known, but the User Acceptance Testing (UAT) team has a unique challenge – to acquire the skills it needs, to form an effective team quickly and then to take on a challenging task and complete it in a very short time.
This chapter, taken from the book User acceptance testing, a step by step guide, explains how to put together an effective and successful UAT team.
- Stakeholders and the UAT team
- Key roles in a UAT team
- Creating a successful team
- Training the team
- UAT training content
- The team life cycle
- Dealing with team conflict
- The working environment and working patterns
- Basic disciplines
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