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Hi. I am new to this site and really need some advice. I am working for an organisation that is bidding for a major contract. Part of the work we have to do is work collaboratively with the other suppliers. We are leading the Testing (IVV), which is basically me as I am the Test Manager (IVVQ Manager). We have to work together to produce the Test Strategy Document which details how we would verify and validate the system for 1st deployment. My question is has anyone ever worked collaboratively before, leading the testing and how did you go about it? [img]/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] <font color="red"> </font>
Re: Collaborative Working
If you are working Collaboratively you have two important tasks, communicate and collaborate.
Without knowing your work, and your contract, basically you have to work together with someone else so you need to be able to communicate the work and status and anything else of interest. You also need to collaborate with the other teams to work towards whatever goal your delivery is for, and make sure you all meet it.
It's all about being open and diplomatic, for many people it's a new experience but can be a good one.
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Whenever someone on some sort of collaborative working you get to see stuff there in terms of the betterment which really works quite positively in my opinion. Agile business solutions and Intelligence has those elements which can help you with learning a lot which is true.