Tag: agile

  • Content strategy meets design system

    Mature product and service design teams are merging design systems with content strategy. Two speakers, Tony Starr Atlassian, Steven Berends DTA, outline how.

  • “It’s much better to be a learn-it-all than a know-it-all” Steve Vamos

    “I think design thinking and agile which are big trends in business today are a reflection of the fact that if you are building anything without customer feedback today you are deluded” “Mistakes are learning. You cannot innovate, create and progress without mistakes” HT to my friend Pauline Lucas for sharing this with me.

  • Signs of a well functioning and high performing team

    Susanne Husebo knows where it’s at.

  • What’s love got to do with MVPs?

    What’s love got to do with MVPs?

    At this Sydney Agile Business Analysts & Product Owners meetup Erwin van der Koogh set about educating and dispelling some myths about the emerging and illusive term — the Minimum Viable Product, or MVP. So what isn’t an MVP? It’s not what can be built before the deadline It’s not what is possible for a given budget It’s […]

  • Meetup wrap up: Product Roadmaps, what are they good for? at Product Talks

    Meetup wrap up: Product Roadmaps, what are they good for? at Product Talks

    I’ve not yet been responsible for a roadmap but I have certainly fed information into them, so I was very keen to check out yesterday’s meetup and hear from a panel who disagreed and agreed on the merit and use or uselessness of product roadmaps. The panellists were Michael Pearson, Director Product & e-commerce at […]

  • WebDU 2012

    WebDU 2012

    There is no point in me sharing the 16 pages of notes I took over he 2 days—that would be a pretty tedious conference review. So, what I thought I would do is share the reasons you might want to follow up on the session slide deck and speaker profile. So here goes …