Flow: The “New” Agile Wild West or Common Sense Ideas?

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?

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Flow vs Agile: The Battle for a Consistent Innovation Method

Most organisations have gone some way now towards implementing agile development techniques. It’s likely as well that they will be using lean in other areas of innovation. The idea that innovation can and should be done as cheaply as possible has taken hold in business as we all seek to innovate more and faster for … Continue reading Flow vs Agile: The Battle for a Consistent Innovation Method

Extreme Visualisation: Methods for the Post Agile Enterprise

This article, written by me, was first published in November 2016 on Hack & Craft News:  It may be controversial to say it but much of what passes for “agile” in the enterprise is anything but. Agile was intended to replace waterfall development processes and it has - the result is many mini-waterfalls and, with … Continue reading Extreme Visualisation: Methods for the Post Agile Enterprise