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Make a differencewithEvaluations<br />Daniël van der Gaag & Ewald Roodenrijs<br />
Program<br />What are evaluations?<br />Whyevaluations?<br />How to make a difference? <br /><ul><li>Evaluationsstrategy
Reading Techniques</li></li></ul><li>Definition<br />Evaluations are determining the difference between the existing attri...
Time saved<br />Realisation<br />+ QA<br />Design<br />+ QA<br />Test<br />+ QA<br />Closing<br />+ QA<br />Impl.<br />+ Q...
The differencewhenoutsourcing<br />Impl. Phase<br />Test<br />Phase<br />Realisation<br />Phase<br />Design<br />Phase<br ...
Strategy of evaluations<br />damage<br />Product risks<br />Project/processrisks<br />opportunity<br />
Example: Strategie of evaluations<br />
Improve the evaluationsproces<br />Using a basis of evaluations increases the efficiency<br />A reading techniquehelps in ...
Checklist-Based Reading (CBR)
Perspective-Based Reading (PBR)
Usage-Based Reading (UBR)</li></li></ul><li>Ad-hoc Reading<br />The normal reading of documentation<br />Goal: finding err...
Checklist-Based Reading<br />Based on the use of a predefined list of questions - a checklist<br />Checklists are based on...
Perspective-Based Reading<br />Ad-hoc reading<br />Starting point or Perspective becomes predominate<br />Each reviewer ha...
Usage-Based Reading<br />Focus &apos;reading difficulty&apos; on finding the most critical errors in the document<br />Goa...
Lees- vs. Testontwerptechnieken<br />Reading techniques are for evaluations what test design techniques are for testing<br...
Assign reading techniques<br />
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[12-10-2009]
Presentation I gave with Daniël van der Gaag on our last day of the courses about Outgoing Performance.

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  1. 1. Make a differencewithEvaluations<br />Daniël van der Gaag & Ewald Roodenrijs<br />
  2. 2. Program<br />What are evaluations?<br />Whyevaluations?<br />How to make a difference? <br /><ul><li>Evaluationsstrategy
  3. 3. Reading Techniques</li></li></ul><li>Definition<br />Evaluations are determining the difference between the existing attributes and the required attributes of (intermediate) products and/or processes in the development process<br />
  4. 4. Time saved<br />Realisation<br />+ QA<br />Design<br />+ QA<br />Test<br />+ QA<br />Closing<br />+ QA<br />Impl.<br />+ QA<br />Business Case<br /> + QA<br />Focus of evaluations<br />Impl. Phase<br />Test<br />Phase<br />Realisation<br />Phase<br />Design<br />Phase<br />Business <br />Case Phase<br />ClosingPhase<br />Expectedquality<br />Reductie doorlooptijd 10%-30% [Gilb, Fagan]<br />Reductie ontwikkelkosten 15%-25% [Gilb, IBM, Fagan]<br />Test & Repair<br />Qualitygainbypreventivemeasures<br />Realisedquality<br />Test & Repair<br />Qualitygainbycorrectivemeasures<br />Focus Evaluations<br />Qualitygainbydetective measures<br />Moments of qualitycontrol<br />
  5. 5. The differencewhenoutsourcing<br />Impl. Phase<br />Test<br />Phase<br />Realisation<br />Phase<br />Design<br />Phase<br />Business <br />Case Phase<br />ClosingPhase<br />?<br />
  6. 6. Strategy of evaluations<br />damage<br />Product risks<br />Project/processrisks<br />opportunity<br />
  7. 7. Example: Strategie of evaluations<br />
  8. 8. Improve the evaluationsproces<br />Using a basis of evaluations increases the efficiency<br />A reading techniquehelps in effectively judging(reading) of document<br />Manier van doorlezen van een document, die helpt bij het effectief lezen of beoordelen van dit document<br />Possible reading techniques:<br /><ul><li>Ad-hoc Reading
  9. 9. Checklist-Based Reading (CBR)
  10. 10. Perspective-Based Reading (PBR)
  11. 11. Usage-Based Reading (UBR)</li></li></ul><li>Ad-hoc Reading<br />The normal reading of documentation<br />Goal: finding errors<br />Unstructured<br />Simplest way of evaluations<br />Focus on everything!<br />
  12. 12. Checklist-Based Reading<br />Based on the use of a predefined list of questions - a checklist<br />Checklists are based on a number of specific questions with the objective of the profiler trainees during the test process<br />More structure and support versus ad-hoc reading<br />Most accepted method of evaluations<br />Because of simple design and repeatability<br />Example: Checklist master test plan TMap NEXT®<br />
  13. 13. Perspective-Based Reading<br />Ad-hoc reading<br />Starting point or Perspective becomes predominate<br />Each reviewer has a different perspective<br />Use your own perspective (e.g. Test, Design, User)<br />Own requirements = Own perspective<br />Reviewer assesses his own perspective of the document<br />58% of the defects is found<br />Defects are found in approx. 56 minutes<br />Perspective-Based Reading<br />
  14. 14. Usage-Based Reading<br />Focus &apos;reading difficulty&apos; on finding the most critical errors in the document<br />Goal: Finding the worst mistakes<br />Read, read the document, use cases and requirements<br />Errors found, starting with the &quot;follow&quot; the first case uses the document and continue with the following ...<br />Use Cases<br />Bevindingen<br />UBR<br />Document<br />
  15. 15. Lees- vs. Testontwerptechnieken<br />Reading techniques are for evaluations what test design techniques are for testing<br />Processing in the evaluations strategy<br />
  16. 16. Assign reading techniques<br />
  17. 17. Effectiveevaluations<br />Proper use of evaluation methods<br />Proper planning for evaluations<br />Use reading techniques<br />Risk per document type and/or system component  strategy<br />
  18. 18. The end<br />
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