Design work sometimes feels slow, and not well suited to quick agile cadences and Scrum events. Learn UX techniques that fit beautifully into Scrum, and practice these techniques with a cross functional team in class.
Late last month, after a particularly frustrating meeting I posted the following tweet: It turned out, not surprisingly, that I wasn’t the only one dealing with this failed project management … Continue reading Fixed time, fixed scope projects always end in 1 of 3 ways. None of them good.
Josh Seiden & I are thrilled to announce the launch of Sense & Respond Press. Our newest venture, Sense & Respond Press, publishes short, beautiful, actionable books by leading practitioners … Continue reading Digital Transformation Is Not Innovation
16 5-star reviews for Sense & Respond: “Gothelf and Seiden starkly highlight that our twentieth-century management systems and practices simply cannot function in a world of constant change. In this … Continue reading Funding agility. What’s the right model?
Image courtesy of http://danielle-carlson.blogspot.dk/2011_02_01_archive.htmlI’m regularly asked how to get organizations to start buying into a leaner more agile way of working. While no one tactic holds the key to success, … Continue reading The Shit Umbrella
Boom! Lots of companies these days echo the “fail fast, fail often” mantra. Yet, when push comes to shove (and by push, I mean getting code out to production) very … Continue reading Want to make your teams more successful? Change their names.
I would venture a guess that in most designers' experience they rarely get to create something from scratch. Typically, we're called in to rework, redesign and ultimately clean up somebody … Continue reading Startup design: The Xmas Light Metaphor