Applied Agile: A Methodology To Make Your Product Development More Strategic
The results are in: Across the board, businesses are winning with agile design and development. According to VersionOne's 11th "State of Agile" report, 98 percent of respondents say their organization has seen success from agile projects.
Kill That Project Dead! (Or at Least Rethink It.)
Product development is all about experimentation. Consider Twitter, which announced in late September that it would begin testing 280-character tweets.
CEOs: Invest in UX Design With These 3 Tips or Get Left Behind
Having grown by three hundred fifty-three times in just five years and hired more than a hundred people within eighteen months, Airbnb is the epitome of a unicorn. But it didn't get there solely through stellar marketing, product management, or leadership. No, it did so in large part through an unrelenting focus on experience design.
5 Steps to Spur Innovations Forward
Innovation requires both rigidity and freedom. Innovators need to be held accountable for their ideas, but they also need space to try new things. Breakthroughs cannot happen without rapid testing and experimentation, and they certainly cannot happen without failure.
Hire These 5 Developers on the Spot
If hiring a great developer is hard, then hiring one who fits with the broader team is next to impossible. In 2016, nearly two-thirds of IT executives surveyed by Cloud Foundry (Source: Cloud Foundry, Inc., Developer Report 2016) said they're caught in a developer crunch or expect to be soon. Nearly six in 10 said the shortage is already impacting their ability to hire the right people.