We plant one tree for every copy sold

We plant one tree for every copy sold

In many areas around the world, billions of trees have been clear-cut in the last few decades, leaving soils exposed, depleted and incapable of supporting land-based or marine life.  For example, in Madagascar, the vast mangrove coastal areas that once supported a thriving community of fishermen, have been eroded for lumber or for industrial farms. The lack of soil-control, water-filtering

Using Buy-A-Feature to rank customer value on a set of features

Using Buy-A-Feature to rank customer value on a set of features

Buy-A-Feature is a great tool to source interest from your end-users about a set of features, and understand how they make trade-offs between them. It’s effective at providing a high-level prioritization based on your customers’ preferences, perceived value, and expectations. There are many versions of this tool, and many ways it can be used. This method can be used to

Workshop: Map the journey to MVP: Build your product with minimum effort

Workshop: Map the journey to MVP: Build your product with minimum effort

This interactive workshop explores several concepts and methodologies to help companies plan the development of a new product with minimum cost and risk. During this workshop participants learn how to identify an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and create a roadmap using prioritization techniques and Product Journey Maps. This is a hands-on workshop with minimum lectures. Participants learn by doing exercises

Being Agile versus just doing Agile

Being Agile versus just doing Agile

In today’s age many organizations are moving towards implementing Agile as their development practice. This is great, and a great step in the right direction. But “doing Agile” is very different from “being Agile”. “Doing Agile” means adopting and implementing Agile methodologies, ensuring the development team (and partners) follow the Agile principles. By properly implementing Agile, teams can leverage increased