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  Robin Goldsmith  

Robin F. Goldsmith is the owner of a consulting firm, working with business and systems professionals in requirements analysis, quality and testing, software acquisition, project management and leadership, metrics, and process improvement.

Previously he was a developer, systems programmer/DBA/QA, and project leader with the City of Cleveland, leading financial institutions, and a Big 4 consulting firm.

Author of numerous articles and the recent Artech House book,"Discovering REAL Business Requirements for Software Project Success," and a frequent speaker at leading professional conferences, he was formerly International Vice President of the Association for Systems Management and Executive Editor of the Journal of Systems Management. He was Founding Chairman of the New England Center for Organizational Effectiveness. He belongs to the Boston SPIN and served on the SEPG95 Planning and Program Committees.

Mr. Goldsmith Chaired BOSCON 2000 and 2001, ASQ Boston Section's Annual Quality Conferences, and is a member of the ASQ Software Division Methods Committee and the IEEE Software Test Documentation Std. 829 revision Committee. He is a subject expert for the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK).

 
  Courses  
Defining and Managing Business Requirements
Return on Investment: Determining and Communicating the Project Value
Proactive Testing - Risk-Based Test Planning, Design and Automation
 

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