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The ever-evolving world of QA

By Iain Stuart on March 26, 2020 in User adoption, Best practice

When I started in “Testing”, it wasn’t thought of as a value add, or even Quality Assurance, it wasn’t even thought of as a necessity, it was more of ‘let’s drop a load of code over the wall and let the testers sort it out’, let them find a few bugs, give them no time to test it and then implicitly blame them when it all goes wrong in Production. Remember that? And “Doh - you gave us two days to test when I needed to run batch jobs over several days just to prove one Critical test and I need a minimum of a month to complete my 100s of tests, no wonder it went wrong in Production!”.

Remote workshopping – How to engage and interact successfully

By Jono Hodson on March 24, 2020 in User adoption, Best practice

As we are entering a new situation where working from home is becoming more and more needed, in some instances required, collaborating remotely is essential. Undertaking administrative work from home can be simple but how do you engage with groups of people that you require input from at the same time?

Export data to CSV with Typescript without format issues

By Jorge Garcia on January 31, 2020 in User adoption, Best practice

On many occasions, users need to export the information shown in a table or list on our website and without a doubt, it is our responsibility to facilitate this task. And what better way than allowing to export the information to CSV with a single click.

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The Intelligent Workspace - Discovery in a Day

By ClearPeople on February 6, 2019 in User adoption, Intranet

What did we discover? What did we uncover?

Adoption tip 5: Measure success

By Katya Linossi on January 18, 2019 in User adoption, Best practice

The final part in my series of technology adoption tips regards measuring success. To effectively measure the success of technology, there should be a combination of both qualitative and quantitative measurements or KPI’s.

Adoption tip 4: Planning

By Katya Linossi on January 10, 2019 in User adoption, Best practice
The latest tip in the adoption of introducing and adopting new technology is planning. Both planning and committing resources (previous blog) are often done in parallel as you can’t commit resources without knowing what the planned strategy is and how much resources are required.

Predictions for 2019

Well they never said this job would be easy! Looking back on my predictions for 2018 I can see that they fell into two camps – the rise of AI and the rise of employee power. I’d say that AI has made significant strides in 2018 but that, as yet, it’s not increased its reach in the business world as fast as I’d predicted. So that makes the 2019 predictions very straightforward – AI will become a dominant force in the business world next year. Or will it?

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