Tom Roden is a software delivery consultant, coach and quality enthusiast, helping teams and people make the changes needed to successfully adapt to the changing demands of their environment.
Tom specialises in transformation, coaching and testing, from test management and strategy, to practitioner methods like specification by example, BDD and context driven testing.
He is author of the books Fifty Quick Ideas to Improve your Tests and Fifty Quick Ideas to improve your Retrospectives
Follow Tom Roden on Twitter: @tommroden
I'm speaking at...
P3X - People, Product & Process eXchange 2019
Two days in London
P3X aims to broaden the conversation between three core themes: People - Maximise human potential, Product - Explore products and align vision, Process - Deliver world-changing outcomes.discovery agile bdd testing qa people product process collaboration automation lean neurodiversity
Talks I've Given
Negotiating for Your Life: How to Get More of What You Want from Difficult Situations
Featuring Portia Tung and Tom Roden
"No. It's not up for negotiation." How many times have you heard these words before? Do you often wish people would just listen to what you have to say, would see things the way you see them, would buy into your plans?agility p3x agile negotiation
Workshop: Lingua Feature - How to Keep Feature Files as Real Living Documentation
Featuring Bill Thompson and Tom Roden
As more and more teams adopt automated acceptance testing, through BDD and Specification by Example, there must now be a frightening number of feature files out there in the wild now. However, the challenge of writing great feature files, ones that serve as true living documentation over time,...bdd agile acceptance-testing specification-by-example
Experiments with Flow - learn how to get more done by doing less [Workshop]
Featuring Ben Williams and Tom Roden
We have been conditioned to believe that high utilisation gives us the highest throughput of delivery, this is simply not true. We will prove this through a fun and interactive workshop of experiments.bdd agile flow
The Evolution of Agile at Man - A tale of 2 projects.
Comparison of 2 projects both adopting Agile practices using SCRUM. Nik was involved with the introduction of Scrum to Man 5 years ago and will walk through the journey the company has gone through in that time, with reference to his specific project team. Tom was brought into Man to help...atdd testing scrum agile