It’s too easy to drop the learning aspect from Agile when the default is to build. We believe in the value of design thinking principles, and our innovation partners benefit from the quick wins that come out of slowing down once in awhile. Here’s how we do it.
You had a successful Sprint Kickoff, but you can’t control everything. When someone is out sick, or some other unforeseen conflict occurs, you might want to say “Oh well, full steam ahead!”
And maybe that’s okay, but Josh says you can do better: for yourself, your team, and your client. It’s time to figure out how to adjust your sprint commitment.
Josh is pretty adept at shifting our projects whenever resources change. But can this way of thinking be applied to a family budget? Whether it’s your bottom line or your kanban board, the first rule of thought is to reflect reality.
At Revelry, we use BDD for all members of the team — and yes, that team includes our clients — so that everyone is clear about the intended user experience in the final product. Revelry’s flavor of BDD is a process for describing software features that is biased toward user’s actions and the results of those actions.