Rob Lambert

Rob Lambert

Founder of Cultivated Management

Rob Lambert is the owner of Cultivated Management, a management training and consulting business for those new to the challenging world of management in the technology industry.
Rob Lambert started his career as a software tester before moving on to be an Engineering Manager where he helped build an outstanding agile DevOps team. He then took a step sideways to HR to lead engagement, enablement, and training.
Rob’s mission is to create the tech industries most fun, helpful and relevant resource and training service that meets the tech industries demand for people-centric managers – managers who can grow epic high performing teams in a sustainable, fun and socially responsible way.
Rob is an advocate for many important social causes, likes to take photos, enjoys fast cars and writes books, blogs, and film scripts.
He is married with three kids and lives in historic Winchester, UK.
He’s on Twitter at @rob_lambert and you can find out more on
This will be his second time taking part in the Online Testing Conference.
View his Fall 2017 OnlineTestConf session recording:


Past OnlineTestConf session:

10 Behaviors of Effective Employees

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Rob Lambert & Joel Montvelisky – Live Testing Podcast

This is a project by Rob Lambert and Joel Montvelisky where they answer a number of interesting questions that they constantly get from testers, and that focus around a number of different areas of our very interesting profession. Follow their podcast here or subscribe on iTunes


Rob Lambert & Joel Montvelisky’s: “Testing Podcast”

Testing Podcast Join Rob Lambert & Joel Montvelisky’s new Podcast – as they grapple some debated professional topics. View this episode: “How to get chosen to speak at conferences?”    


Rob Lambert (Keynote) – Moving to weekly releases, a manager’s guide on how to release agility

You cannot achieve agility by simply adopting “agile” tactics and practices – although many do try. Agility is more than that – you simply cannot buy agility – although, many also try that too. Agile is about fostering the right culture to reduce feedback loops and friction in delivery. Culture is nothing more than group […]

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