We are all forever on the lookout for better and faster ways to achieve our quality goals, and adding new tools to our suite often seems like a good way to do that. However, introducing a new tool to an already working environment may be tricky and could require some special considerations.
In my latest article for @Gurock website, I take a look at five common mistakes teams make when adopting a new tool, so we can be sure to avoid them. My write-up has been published at TestRail blog here -> https://blog.gurock.com/5-mistakes-tool-adoption/
The main mistakes in tool adoption and their prevention steps that I have discussed in this article are:
- Jumping in without a POC
- Not testing the tool in a Pilot Project
- Performing the wrong Profit analysis
- Rolling Out adoption all at once
- Neglecting Continuous Learning
Read the full article and let me know your thoughts!