Five Blogs – 25 February 2019

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Easy Free Automation Part VI: Security Tests
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

The 9 Key Benefits of an Engaged Workforce
Written by: David Grossman

My learning – Part 18 – Reflections
Written by: Erik Brickarp

Seeing is Believing: Representation as Inspiration
Written by: Justin Kanoya

How to Avoid the Copy-Cat Leadership Trap
Written by: Scott Cochrane

Quote of the day:
“And it is strange that absence can feel like presence” -Ally Condie

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Five Blogs – 23 November 2018

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

The One Question to Ask to Improve Your Testing Skills
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Rethinking velocity
Written by: Gregory Paciga

Want a Culture of Trust and Engagement? Get Back to Human
Written by: Randy Conley

Is Arrogance Killing Your Leadership Potential?
Written by: Bill Treasurer

Exploratory Testing on an API
Written by: Michael Bolton

Quote of the day:
“Don’t explain the gap between intention and perception by blaming and explaining” -Dan Rockwell

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Five Blogs – 18 January 2017

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

How to Take Responsibility after a Major Mistake
Written by: Michael Hyatt

5 Important Diagrams That Testers Need to Learn How to Use
Written by: Vijay Shinde

Do You Have a Victim Mentality?
Written by: Frank Sonnenberg

Four ways to move beyond berating yourself
Written by: Mary Jo Asmus

Employee engagement model: Community of strategy
Written by: Ted Bauer

Quote of the day:
“You can’t do it unless you can imagine it” -George Lucas

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Five Blogs – 9 November 2015

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Principles Not Rules, part 1
Written by: Iain McCowatt

What Gear Are You In Right Now?
Written by: Michael McKinney

The 3 Power People You Need on Your Team
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Why ISO 29119 Is a Flawed Quality Standard
Written by: James Christie

The Best Pros Won’t Work For You, But You Can Still Engage Them
Written by: Stephane Kasriel

Quote of the day:
“Purpose and principle, … commonly shared, are the genetic code of any healthy organization” -Dee Hock

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Five Blogs – 16 June 2015

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Checking: How to feel like an idiot while not being one
Written by: Maaret Pyhäjärvi

What is testing?
Written by: Arborosa

Can Reading Make You Happier?
Written by: Ceridwen Dovey

How do you get things done with no managers?
Written by: Nik Penhale Smith

Talking at conferences: What have i learnt?
Written by: Toby Sinclair

Quote of the day:
“Solving problems is taking away negatives. Producing results is adding positives” -Dan Rockwell

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Five Blogs – 9 October 2014

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

What does the audit profession have to say about testing standards?
Written by: James Christie

ISO29119 – And its possible future
Written by: Björn Petersson

The Procrustean Bed of ISO29119
Written by: Ash Winter

81% of Adults Would Work Better Without a Manager: Are You One of Them?
Written by: Chuck Blakeman

Revealing The New Realities Of Employee Engagement
Written by: Tanveer Naseer

Quote of the day:
“Great leaders know that the total knowledge of those around them is vastly greater than everything they know” -Simon Sinek

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Five Blogs – 17 September 2014

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love ISO 29119
Written by: Matthew Heusser

5 Questions to Create a Compelling Purpose for Change
Written by: Emily Axelrod

What you measure will improve
Written by: Joel Montvelisky

Squad Health Check model – visualizing what to improve
Written by: Henrik Kniberg

ISO 29119 Debate – A Historical Perspective Part 1
Written by: Nick Welter

Quote of the day:
“Management is about arranging and telling. Leadership is about nurturing and enhancing” -Tom Peters

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