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  • Telenor’s Stars to Space Stations: An Example of Gate Systems Applied to Product Development

    When Telenor needed to establish a clearer understanding of how to measure progress for early stage product development, they created a different set of KPIs for early stage products based around learning instead of financials. They studied the product phase gate process used by companies such as Microsoft and IBM to develop one that worked for Telenor to make relevant investments.

  • Q&A with Dan Szuc and Jo Wong on Make Meaningful Work

    Raf Gemmail speaks with UX leaders Dan Szuc and Josephine Wong about Make Meaningful Work, a humanistic framework and set of practices born from applying human-centered design to the workplace. Sitting beneath existing methodologies, it enables teams to share and understand character perspectives, in working towards producing impacts which are meaningful to them.

  • Agile for Marketing and Communication

    Agile Marketing and Communication (MarCom) bridge the IT and communication disciplines. Communication professionals started to apply agile in their projects, which has led to better collaboration and increased productivity and creativity. Professionals take on tasks outside their usual responsibilities and duties, and it's the team that decides how the work is prioritized and done.

  • Frugal Innovation: Doing More with Less

    Frugal innovation provides ways to do more and better with less. It helps us to solve problems with limited resources in a sustainable way and to address inequality and empower billions of people at the bottom of the pyramid. Agile and frugal support each other; both aim to solve the problem at hand and nothing more, getting products into the hands of the users early and learning from that use.

  • Q&A on the Book "Agile People"

    Pia-Maria Thorén has written a book titled Agile People, in which she challenges the role of Human Resources in organisations, identifies where the current approaches are not working and why they need to change to support modern organisational thinking.

  • Scaling Agile - Master Planning Together

    The first article in the series about making scaled agile work shared a true scaling agile story; the second article described the importance and the how-to’s of slicing your requirements into potential releasable epics. So now we’re ready to build on top of those slices and that common understanding; we’re ready to do the master planning together.

  • How Self-Organization Happens

    There isn't one specific pattern that emerges from self-organization. The processes are so deep and fundamental to human interactions that you cannot enforce any specific hierarchical or non-hierarchical pattern with rules. Trust between people is an outcome of allowing people to freely self-organize. Complex networks of trust emerge and change as people continuously negotiate their relationships.

  • Q&A on the Book Practical Kanban

    The book Practical Kanban provides solutions for typical problems that continually occur within Kanban implementations. It explains how you can create a Kanban system for the entire value creation chain to coordinate the work of teams.

  • Scaling Agile - Slice and Understand Together

    This second article in the series about making scaled agile work digs into how to slice requirements. If this is done right, it will not only result in good slices, but also a common understanding of the product we’re about to build or enhance.

  • Q&A on the Book Executive’s Guide to Disciplined Agile

    The Executive’s Guide to Disciplined Agile explains how disciplined agile works at different levels in the organization. It provides a framework with principles and practices to help you to streamline information technology and business processes in a context-sensitive manner.

  • Improving Corporate Cognitive Performance in IT Organisations

    The biggest tool in the software engineer’s toolkit is the brain, yet few organisations go out of their way to educate and create the conditions in which the brain can work at its best. Explore the different domains of the brain and their links to the performance of software engineers and see what organisations can do to create workplaces that propagate advanced levels of cognitive performance.

  • Six Ways Agile Can Turn Static

    Agile development in the right circumstances enables organizations to release high quality software that changes rapidly to drive businesses forward. It just doesn’t work all the time. Success requires collaboration, transparency and real-time visibility into project risk and quality.

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