Today I go over the delivery process I use to go from Idea to execution in 8 weeks. I give a high-level overview of of the kick-off, design, develop & test, deploy and evolution. I also discuss when I use accelerators to speed up the delivery process.
Today we're talking about what happens after the MPV, and wether you should Enhance, Pivot or Abandon. We talk about how the way you think about the evaluation period after you've delivered will setup the way you think about the MVP you're going to build.
A reflection on the documentary Take the ball, pass the ball which focuses on Barcelona's success under manager Pep Guardiola from 2008 to 2012. We reflect on his leadership style and think about what made that team successful and how it can apply to our teams.
TLDR; A MVP, or Minimum Viable Product is a product which has been developed with just enough features to test a business idea. It’s focuses effort on your core business proposition and limits risk when an idea is unproven.
Today we're talking about accelerators, and why we shouldn't experiment with our delivery stack when we're in a devilry sprint.
TLDR; When delivering products. Reliability and Predictability are essential to get your product out as quickly as possible to test and learn with the target audience. Experimentation with the delivery stack jeopardises that, and should be left to non-delivery time.
Today we're discussing delivery teams.
What is a Delivery Team and How do i use the term?
What do i expect from my team?
TLDR; The whole team is responsible for the product delivery and is exepected to complete non-role specific task to make the product delivery a success.
I talk about why No may be the hardest word to say but saying is vital to the success of your digital delivery.
No creates space and time, to allow you to focus, to finish quickly and to create predictability about when and how you schedule your work.