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Quality advocacy is a practice generally led by QAs within the team, with a continuous emphasis on ensuring quality at every step throughout the software development lifecycle. QAs advocate for quality by posing various questions and providing consistent feedback to bring in a default quality perspective in the team's work. Once the quality mindset is established by all team members, it significantly reduces costs of software development by finding the issue early in lifecycle.


Another positive outcome of quality advocacy is that every team member becomes actively engaged in continuous process improvement, which is a crucial goal for any team.

At TestersPilot, our QAs are experts in establishing such processes. They possess the knowledge and experience to ask effective questions and feedback that should be shared with the team, enabling each member to actively contribute to building the right product by following the right set of practices. 

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Why QAs are best Quality Advocate

  • QAs possess a holistic view of the system, understanding of each and every component within it. 

  • QAs are generalists by nature as they possess knowledge of every aspect of the software development life cycle.

  • QA has upper hand of collaborating with various roles and pair with them which makes them best possible message communicator.


When do you need quality advocate in your team? 

Having a Quality Advocate becomes essential when a team aspire to deliver quality product but struggles to achieve it. Or, a team which needs a dedicate member in the team always looking for correctness in product as well as ensuring the process to develop application is equally correct. In such cases a Quality Advocate can streamline things like:

  • Setting Quality Standards: Establishing clear quality benchmarks and standards ensures that the team understands the expected level of quality for the product. The Quality Advocate can define these standards in collaboration with relevant stakeholders and ensure that they are communicated effectively across the team.

  • Identifying Gaps: The Quality Advocate can assess the current processes, tools, and resources to identify any gaps or deficiencies that may be hindering the team's ability to deliver quality products. This may involve conducting quality audits, analyzing past performance data, and soliciting feedback from team members.

  • Providing Guidance and Support: Offering guidance and support to team members can help build their confidence in their abilities to deliver quality work. The Quality Advocate can mentor team members, provide training on quality best practices, and offer constructive feedback to help them improve their skills and performance.

  • Streamlining Processes: Streamlining development and delivery processes can help reduce the time it takes to bring products to market without compromising on quality. The Quality Advocate can work with the team to identify and eliminate any inefficiencies or bottlenecks in the workflow, ensuring a more efficient and timely delivery process.

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