There were many replies from listeners during the talk of Aleksandr Aleksandrov "Current State vs. Common sence" on SQA Days-20 in Minsk, like "Everything you talk is test manager's business", and there were a long after-speech discussion in lobby.
We have found out, that role of test managers is understood differently by all listeners.
During this round table, we are going to discuss mentioned problem and arise auditory, to get answers / thoughts / ideas / opinions for topics we propose to discuss.
- Could you learn to become test manager (and testing)?
- What would (and wouldn't) test manager do on the project?
- Can we work without test manager (and test management)?
- What would you do if project manager rules everything, and testers are not always agree with him?
- Does manager ought to "move away" from testing, and if ought to, how to understand, how much?
- Does manager ought to be "a barrier" for direct communication between testers and "outside world, and how much?