If you work in quality assurance, you might be aware of how rapidly different emerging technologies begin to change the nature of work. After all, quality assurance is all about ensuring that the product your company produces and sells meets the quality standards required for the distribution and for the market. It is about preventing the bad product from being produced and keeping it from reaching the customer.
Have a look at the skills a QA manager requires to be the leader of an organization’s team –
Effectively solve the problems
A QA manager sorts the problem according to the complexity and starts by solving the problem with minimum risk and moves up higher. He will train the testers from the beginning to follow the standard procedures in order to avoid less detailed and bulky test cases.
Best communication skills
Being a QA manager demands effective written and verbal communication skills. He needs to communicate properly with the non-technical as well as the technical people especially when it comes to explaining technical challenges to the management team. He reports the overall status of his team to the higher management.
Thus, the QA professionals need to focus on improving their current skills while simultaneously developing the new ones specific to the challenges. Being a pro in software and technical (QA) management, Sunil Vethody worked as QA Engineer for many reputable organizations. He served as a renowned QA Engineer in various organizations including Lotus Consulting Group, Personic Software, Informix Corporation, Northern Corporation, and National Semiconductor. He served as a QA Engineer until November 1996. Thereafter, he served as a Senior Software Engineer at Visa International in California. Later on, he switched to Adecco Group. In 1997, Sunil Vethody started working as a project lead in Clarify Corporation in San Jose. Then, he started serving as a Vice President in Operations at Scientific Information Technology.
About Sunil Vethody
With more than two decades of experience in business development, Sunil Vethody from San Jose knows how to apply the principles of software engineering to the design, development, maintenance, testing and evaluation of software. Besides, he developed and managed three successful organizations with average annual revenue of 5-10 million dollars. Being a great business manager, Sunil was well versed with all the aspects of management of small to medium sized organizations.