In my last post I introduced two issues that I believe are extremely important to companies that want to stay in the competition for customers. The first is that new business techniques like microservices and DevOps really enable a different pace of innovation and hence a new way to think about giving customers more of … Continue reading Pushing beyond Lean and Agile
Much has been written about Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and I have to say it was quite revolutionary when it has first proposed. For those who don’t know it, MVP is a principle that says we should build the minimum amount of product that allows us to get in front of customers and get feedback. … Continue reading How to stop MVP pushing you back to Waterfall waste
One of my recent articles on Flow received some constructive criticism on-line from Academics quarters, which, is perfectly fine but it was also branded as a “fad” and I couldn’t be more delighted!! The reason being is that throughout my IT career, I’ve spent more than my fair share of time explaining new ways of working to … Continue reading Flow: The “New” Agile Wild West or Common Sense Ideas?