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How often have you found yourself stuck for ideas or thinking "why am I running tests", whilst testing? Have you found yourself repeating the same type of test ideas again and again? Do you find it difficult to explain your reasoning to others or to be able challenge what someone is saying? If this is the case then this workshop is for you.
This workshop will provide you with a set of tools that you can take back and implement straight away in your testing profession as well as learning skills for your everyday life, by using interactive creativity, critical thinking games, and easy to remember techniques.
The focus is on freeing up your mind to allow creative ideas to flow and then re-evaluating those ideas using critical thinking approaches. These are the concepts that you will take back with you to use in your daily working environment.
If that is not enough to convince you, then how does the idea of getting some freebies to take away with you help?
You can read about these concepts in more detail on John's blog.
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Games and Tools to Encourage Creative and Critical Thinking within Testing
John Stevenson has been involved with testing for over 20 years. Currently, he mentors and trains others in exploratory testing and SBTM.