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A Test manager knows that there are four Software Test Levels: Component Test; Integration Test; System Test and Acceptance Test.
A Test Manager known what to do during test analysis, design, implementation and execution. If you are not sure, then read more about test phases.
A test manager should know how to handle informal and formal software testing reviews within the test process as these are cost effective test tools.
Regardless of the expert based or metrics based technique, a test manager should know how to estimate test effort. Check out this quick intro in the matter
Defect Reporting and Defect Management are very important processes for the test manager. This is our guide to handle defect reports.
A test manager knows how to handle distributes, outsourced or in-sourced testing. Without such skills, in this day and age, you are helpless.
The way the test manager adapts the lifecycle of a tool to the organization is art. If you want to learn more, check out this quick read on the matter
The Test Manager should know how to interview a tester. This software testing article tells you what I usually prepare before the tester interview.
We must always strive for when working to improve the test process, regardless of the test process improvement technique used.
A Test Manager must know what user acceptance testing tips and tricks to use and when. As UAT is most exposed to business, these tips help you through
The test manager knows that we must must use test entry and exit criteria for each test level. On top of this, we should never forget about test closure.
test planning and test plan
A large part of the time of a Test Manager is spent performing Defect Management as this is a critical test activity. Check this out for a quick insite.
Test Reviews are key for a test manager, but knowing how to manage them is golden. Especially when they bring out the best cost benefit when done right.