DON'T MISS: Lean Agile Scotland 2016 pre-conference workshop.
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Can you give me feedback on potential book covers for Rolling Rocks Downhill? It's currently being copy edited and should be on the bookshelves before the end of the year.
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A few things to remember: it's a business book, but it's also a novel; it's about changing a horrible way of working so it's easier and happier and better for businesses (Waterfall+CriticalPath -> Agile+TOC).
The title is a reference to Sisyphus who was punished, by the Greek gods, for chronic deceitfulness by compelling him to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and to repeat this action forever.
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Overcoming 7 Common Pitfalls of Transitioning to Agile
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Andy from neo.com forwarded on this, which you might find interesting:
Spotify, BBC, Github and GDS headline Lean Day: London
Lean Day: London March 25-26 :: LSO St Luke’s, Shoreditch, London
Lean Day: London comprises two days of hands-on workshops and talks from industry leaders practicing Lean product development in enterprise, startup and government organisations.
On March 25th and 26th speakers from organisations such as Spotify, BBC, GitHub and UK Government Digital Service (GDS) will gather at LSO St Luke’s to share stories of real-world organisational change and Lean product development techniques. Speakers and delegates represent perspectives from across design, engineering, research, and strategy.
Lean Day: London is the third event in the Lean Day conference series, following successful events in New York and Portland. Jeff Gothelf, author of the book “Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience”, and Neo have partnered with Made by Many to bring the format to Europe for the very first time.
Through a combination of workshops, talks, and conversations with the community, delegates will learn how people and teams are practicing iterative product validation, proving out ideas, and testing what works and what doesn’t inside enterprises, government and startups.
Jeff Gothelf, principal of Neo NYC and conference co-chair says: “As developers and designers, the biggest challenge we face today is cultural. We need organisations to start thinking about outcomes rather than requirements, to move out of their silos and start working collaboratively. Requirements-driven product definition is a sure-fire way to get 100% of the wrong product launched.
To find out more or to register for the event, visit www.leandaylondon.com
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