Live Online Class: Product Discovery for Agile Teams – January 2020

Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden have teamed up to create this brand new, hands-on, small group and highly-interactive live online course. Class size is deliberately small to ensure a high levels of attention for each student. This course was specifically designed for those of you who cannot travel to a workshop or commit a full day or two of your time away from the office or home to attend a training.

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Live Online Class: Product Discovery for Agile Teams – November 2019

Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden have teamed up to create this brand new, hands-on, small group and highly-interactive live online course. Class size is deliberately small to ensure a high levels of attention for each student. This course was specifically designed for those of you who cannot travel to a workshop or commit a full day or two of your time away from the office or home to attend a training.

Minimum Viable Conversation

Posted on January 11, 2018.

Sense & Respond Press is thrilled to announce the launch of our second book, Making Progress: The 7 Responsibilities of the Innovation Leader by Ryan Jacoby. This concise, beautiful, actionable book breaks down the first 7 things you need to do when handed the role of innovation leader. Where to start, how build a team, … Continue reading Minimum Viable Conversation

How Blending Lean, Agile, and Design Thinking Will Transform Your Team

Posted on December 14, 2017.

Building a stronger workflow for developers, designers, and product managers leads to better cross-team collaboration — and better products. The following is an adapted excerpt from Lean vs. Agile vs. Design Thinking by designer, team leader, and business coach Jeff Gothelf. In 2016, I was preparing with clients for an upcoming training workshop focused on coaching a … Continue reading How Blending Lean, Agile, and Design Thinking Will Transform Your Team

Agile vs Lean vs Design Thinking

Posted on October 11, 2016.

I had the pleasure of speaking in London last week at Mind the Product. It’s a twice annual gathering of product managers and their colleagues that attracts nearly 1500 attendees. Given the location, The Barbican, and the audience size, I couldn’t resist taking a selfie from the stage. There’s an unforgettable scene in my favorite movie, … Continue reading Agile vs Lean vs Design Thinking