As an advocate for quality, you look at the product, take into account time, budget, and other business constraints, and recommend fixes to ship a product with the best possible quality. … And the businesspeople in production don’t want to fix it. How can you communicate bugs and risk to people who don’t want to listen? Instead of getting frustrated, you need to frame issues in a meaningful way—and, if you have to, let people fail.

Original Article at Sticky Minds