Risk-Based Testing can really add value to the business – it's more than just words
Risk-Based Testing (RBT) is a technique that is deployed in IT projects with varying degrees of success. It is used to deliver solutions that are unlikely to suffer significant failures (or bugs) in live. Although it provides information to all project team members and stakeholders it is considered in many organizations to be something that exists only in the domain of the career tester. It has, they believe, no benefit to anyone else. All too often we hear that the test analyst, or if we’re lucky a Test Manager, will perform a risk assessment to understand where we need to focus testing. But this is to miss the point. Yes, Risk-Based Testing is a technique that is used by testers, but is has significant value to other members of the project delivery team and the wider stakeholder community.
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