Development is people's work. Software is complex and projects run in a way that is often not predictable. Testing only adds real value if you seamlessly fit it.
Our context-driven testers choose their test objectives, approach and test documentation by carefully looking at the details of the specific situation. The essence of context-driven testing is the application of knowledge and skills that fit your specific situation and not the use of a standard recipe.
Working software is more important than exhaustive documentation. People and interaction are more important than methods and tools. A customized test approach instead of a test method cast in concrete is the solution. Depending on the specific characteristics of the organization, the project and the system, the tester chooses appropriate methods and techniques.