the reluctant tester

Perpetual learner of the craft of Software Testing,Servant Leadership and creating better Teams

Organisational structure –> The sweet spot of decision making

Why is it so hard to get right and timely decisions in organisations ?

Because organisations are lop-sided with either ::

A) Folks who have the knowledge, insights,access,decision making authority to make those decisions but dont follow that through with a bias towards action or build credibility through execution


B) Folks who really want to fix things, are opinionated on how to do it , have the passion to make change but are not enabled with access,authority,trust to the knowledge,resources and people required to take action

The fundamental duty of organisational leaders is

  • To fine tune their organisational structure in such way that as many as possible people fall structurally in C .
  • To empower,coach and shepherd people from (A-B) & (B-A) to transition to C.




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About Me

I’m Sunjeet Khokhar

An experienced People Leader,Practice Lead  and Test Manager .

I am driven by the success of people around me, am a keen student of organisational behaviour and firmly believe that we can be better craftspeople by being better humans first.

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