Thursday, May 22, 2008

SPM Testing Template - Part 5

Incentive Compensation Management test results can be recorded in several ways. One of the approach I like to use groups all plan names, rule names, conditions, expected results and testing status on the same spreadsheet. I find that by keeping all this information together, it is easier to quickly get the picture of the overall testing progress. It also allows to keep all the information on the same spreadsheet instead of having to maintain 2 spreadsheets with identical information.

Here is an example to get started:


Other benefits of using an Excel spreadsheet to record test results instead of a Word document include:
  • Ability to quickly highlight failing tests in red
  • Ability to filter information displayed (e.g. display only failing tests)
  • Test results can be printed on fewer pages
  • Ability to create macros to perform more "fancy" features such as displaying the number of days a certain issue has been opened.
Other columns could be added to add additional information such as the date at which the test was performed, the name of the tester, how critical the test is, the actual result when different from the expected result, and comments.

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Julien Dionne is a well-rounded consultant with global business management experience and outstanding technical, business and leadership skills. He earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Software Engineering from the University of Ottawa, Canada, and he is a member of the Canadian Professional Sales Association. The views posted within this blog do not reflect the views of Julien’s current or previous employers and clients. Julien can be reached at julien.dionne@gmail.com