Fostering blameless communication of Quality
Blame follows the incline of organisational hierarchy and in poor work cultures it flows down unfiltered & unmanaged. Effective mid-level Engineering Managers are like lightning conductors, absorbing that blame when it comes down the incline and ensuring that the Team’s productivity is impervious to it (but not at the cost of the Team continuously reflecting… Continue reading
Looking for adaptability while hiring Project Leaders
“Agile/Lean” ways of working are fast becoming the norm in enterprises (especially software) , but you still see emphasis on “control, predict and linear plan” style of project management. Project management mechanics are important and no denying that delivering in sprints is not a guise to not plan at all ,however,I have observed a lot… Continue reading
Should your Team have a dedicated Scrum Master or Agile coach?
Temporarily – yes Dedicated to your Team full time, as a permanent role – respectfully, no From my agile practitioner experience, I believe there are 2 reasons for not having a dedicated full time Scrum Master or an Agile coach on your cross-functional squad/Team Coaching needs are inherently impermanent . For example, A Senior Team… Continue reading
- Robust Test design with Playwright – using .getbyRole()
- Discovery checklist – Navigating the initial obscurity of client engagements
- Browser state transfer between Tests in Playwright
- Fostering blameless communication of Quality
- Observability – advocacy heuristics for Testers/Devs “new” to the system
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.