CTAL-TM_Syll2012 ASTQB ISTQB Certified Tester Advanced Level - Test Manager [Syllabus 2012]
Section 7 : Sec Seven ( 58 to 64 ) Details: Topic 7, People Skills – Team Composition QUESTION: 58 Consider the following skills assessment spreadsheet for your test team (consisting of four team members): This spreadsheet has three sections: technical expertise, testing skills and professionalism. The skill levels for each skill area for both the “technical expertise” and “testing skills” sections have been rated on a four -point scale: - E (Expert): indicates that a person has expert knowledge and experience in the skill area - B (Beginner): indicates that a person has some knowledge and experience in the skill area but he/she is not autonomous - W (Wants to learn): indicates that a person has no knowledge or experience in the skill area but he/she wants to learn that skill - NI (Not Interested): indicates that a person has no knowledge or experience in the skill area and he/she is not interested to learn that skill The skill levels for each skill area of the “professionalism” section have been rated on a three point scale (H=High, M=Medium, L=Low). Consider the following analysis of testing skills performed on four peoplE. Alex, Robert, John and Mark (all the skills have been rated on an ascending scalE. The higher the score, the better the skill):
Which of these people, based on this analysis, would you expect to be most suitable to work specifically as test designer? K4 3 credits A. Alex B. Roberta C. John D. Mark Answer: B QUESTION: 59 Your test team consists of four members (Mary, Bob, Mark, Dave) with different interpersonal skills. The following skills assessment spreadsheet shows the characteristics of the team members with respect to a list of interpersonal-skills (for each characteristic only the
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