Agile practices have been around a long time, even before they were formalized in the Agile Manifesto https://agilemanifesto.org/ (2001). They promise to accelerate value delivery, reduce risk, and better adapt to change. The majority of companies I work with have either adopted Agile practices or are in the process of doing so. They realize that adopting Agile throughout the organization is key
Solid Product management and discovery practices are at the foundation of any product development effort. I often find that when Agile fails, it’s not because “Agile” doesn’t work. It’s because the organization has not taken the rights steps to foster a product development mindset. Here I share a few tips on how to support Product and Agile transformations.
I have worked in a variety of organizations across different industries, helping my teams or my clients build successful products. From Cisco to Capital One, from my startup Goozex.com to clients I have advised, from private organizations to the military, I have found three common elements that successful teams must have to deliver great products. These elements are the three