Product Discovery for Agile Teams with Jeff Gothelf & Josh Seiden

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.

lean ux sense and respond user storymapping

Live Office Hours with Jeff Patton & Jeff Gothelf — November 2019

  Register now to spend 2 hours online with Jeff and Jeff, authors of Lean UX, Sense & Respond and User Storymapping,  discussing the challenges your organization faces implementing modern agile practices, product management, software engineering, design and scrum.   Whenever we teach together it seems there's never enough time to answer all the questions … Continue reading Live Office Hours with Jeff Patton & Jeff Gothelf — November 2019

The top 10 rebuttals to: “Agile is great. But it won’t work here.”

At this point in its lifecycle, Agile is in the mass adoption phase. Whenever I’m in front of an audience or teaching a workshop and I ask, “How many of you work using Agile processes?” 100% of the hands in the room go up. The honest people in the room will still hold their hand … Continue reading The top 10 rebuttals to: “Agile is great. But it won’t work here.”

Fixed time, fixed scope projects always end in 1 of 3 ways. None of them good.

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 approach. Many people reached out with virtual “high 5’s” and, more importantly, questions about how this could be so obvious to those of us who … Continue reading Fixed time, fixed scope projects always end in 1 of 3 ways. None of them good.