Find out what GS1 NZ and Boost learnt in a two week race to build mobile apps for both iOS and Android phones using iBeacon technology and Agile processes.
Get a range of prioritisation tools and techniques you can use to ensure your project delivers the most value for the least effort and expense.
Google Sprint is a 5-day system for solving big business challenges. Learn what to expect from a Google sprint, and how to run one.
Get an Elevator Pitch template and learn how to distil your product vision into a concise summary of your product’s unique selling point.
The Team Charter is a simple tool for building a better team by jointly deciding how you’re going to work together.
Deciding on the most important thing to work on at any given time is not an easy task for a project team, … Continued
Jim Highsmith’s article focuses on adaptation across the business, not just within IT. I like his idea about value versus … Continued
Executive coach Marshall Goldsmith presents a tip that will help your prioritise your true goals consistently. Check out Nathan’s blog post … Continued
In Episode 37 of The Board, we talk about: Product Discovery Workshops Different approaches to achieve the best results … Continued
In Episode 30 of The Board, we talk about: Defining velocity (as discussed in Mike Cohn’s blog) Signs you’re doing … Continued
Last Friday we ran our latest free workshop “An introduction to running Agile projects at scale“. What does it mean … Continued
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View a case study on the ways a business analyst can contribute to Scrum projects and get additional resources on BA’s role in Scrum.
Driving home for Christmas, I listened to the audiobook version of Tina Fey’s Bossypants.* Listening to her read the chapter … Continued
As you might have noticed lately, we’ve been talking a lot about Scrum – we’ve done a great post on … Continued
Learn about the Agile development process from the Product Owner’s point of view and how to write user stories following the INVEST model.
A user story is a short description of something your customer will do on your website or application. Learn more and get further resources.