This result indicates that your team does include managed processes for testing, and that QA tasks are separate from debugging and development.
However, those practices that are perhaps being followed at the project level are not given the importance they should at the organizational level. Testing cycles and teams are still defined by development and coding rather than having their own structure and strategies created by experienced QA managers. This could mean that, although testing is enough to ensure minimum requirements for user satisfaction and meeting system functionalities, it is limited to post-coding execution tests. Introducing testing too late into the development process can cause unexpected issues, increase the regression time for new capabilities or fixes integrated into the system, and overall escalate risk.
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