The concept of a minimum viable product (MVP) is now pervasive. But it is not the only way to think about market development for new
Most organisations have gone some way now towards implementing agile development techniques. It’s likely as well that they will be using lean in other areas
It may be controversial to say it but much of what passes for “agile” in the enterprise is anything but. Agile was intended to replace waterfall development processes and it has – the result is many mini-waterfalls and, with that, a level of inefficiency that we don’t need to accept.
Conventional Risk Frameworks Are Not Attuned To The “Hidden Risks Of Transformation” By Haydn Shaughnessy and Fin Goulding
Can there be such a thing as an agile risk management function? The question is deeply important because competitive conditions are forcing more and more
Enterprise empowerment means anarchy -and anarchy is good There is a motorway on the outskirts of Brussels that goes nowhere. It comes to a halt
In the first part of this short series, I focused on aspects of IT that people on the business side typically don’t keep abreast of.