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 online 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?
Once you adopt Flow, the feelings of positivity, energy and productivity are really invigorating. Individuals and teams are energised, especially once the old barriers to delivery are broken down. These include silos, inefficient hand-off’s between teams or communications locked into untimely reports and not shared in the moment. That last issue is one of our big … Continue reading Maintaining the Flow through Continuous Learning