Is your inhouse team struggling, stuck in a testing loop at risk of missing the project deadline? Is the dream of a new business system, process or platform turning into more of a “Project Nightmare?” It’s time add the missing ingredient for success by applying a Gordon Ramsay approach to software testing (minus the swearing!) More>
We empower inhouse teams to hit project deadlines by providing a short sharp burst of 'Michelin star' Software Testing expertise.
Is your inhouse team struggling, stuck in a testing loop at risk of missing the project deadline? Is the dream of a new business system, process or platform turning into more of a “Project Nightmare?” It’s time add the missing ingredient for success by applying a Gordon Ramsay approach* to software testing (minus the swearing)!
If you have seen the program ‘Kitchen Nightmares’, you will understand the analogy; if you haven’t, let’s take a quick look at how Gordon Ramsay helps kitchens and learn how this can be applied to IT projects.
In his show, Gordon visits restaurants for a short period of time that are struggling. He reviews how they are operating; he samples the food and then applies his Michelin star experience to fix the fundamentals. This results in a capability uplift of the inhouse staff to set them on a road to success. He stays long enough for the restaurant to relaunch and confirm things are running smoothly.
He never replaces inhouse teams with his own staff, he never increases their costs – he usually reduces them, and he never overstays his welcome. His mission is to make the existing team effective and efficient in delivering a quality product that ensure the ongoing success of the restaurant.
In a similar way, Avocado can help struggling IT projects by injecting a short sharp burst of ‘Michelin star’ software testing services expertise to re-align, re-focus and create the momentum needed to hit a deadline.
We see it often, inhouse IT teams are called upon to deliver projects or implement IT changes. However, the skills needed for success are not typically found in business as usual (BAU) teams. They struggle to deliver and become overwhelmed by the challenge. Bringing in experience and expertise to cut through the noise and bring clarity and direction is often the missing ingredient for success.
In his show, Gordon reviews the quality of the food, cleans out the pantry, modernises cooking tools and improves the delivery process. He ensures all parties are communicating and have a common goal.
Similarly, Avocado’s recipe for success involves providing a senior test consultant to review the quality of the code, triage and prioritise defects, adopt test tools as needed and streamline delivery processes.
Our focus on stakeholder management and clear, transparent communication ensures everyone on the project is across the status and remaining effort.
And just like Gordon, we walk away leaving you with the knowledge, tools, and IP to deliver the current and future projects.
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*This approach is an analogy – it has no affiliation with, and is not endorsed by Gordon Ramsay.