There are always excuses for why our teams can’t innovate or be agile. Constraints shouldn’t be one of them. In fact, they can be the source of these desired qualities. Here’s why.
If your team is struggling to deliver top-notch work, you'll need to revisit your definition of done.
The team works for multiple weeks, sometimes months. And we launch, fingers crossed, looking daily (sometimes hourly) to see if our predictions were correct. But the customers don’t come at the level we predicted, and the numbers don’t move quite in the directions we’d hoped.
In May of 1995 I graduated from James Madison University with my bachelor’s degree. It was a Saturday. On Sunday I packed all of my worldly belongings (essentially a mattress, … Continue reading The Human Cannonball – A Story of Untested Assumptions
I'm very proud to announce the launch of Lean Day: UX - a one day, single track Lean UX conference taking place on March 1st, 2013 in New York City. … Continue reading Announcing Lean Day: UX – A Lean UX conference in New York City
I realized this week that in a traditional web app design scenario there end up being three review cycles: Wireframe review – ensuring all the elements are on the page, … Continue reading Experiencing the Experience: The Case for Prototyping