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The relationship and collaboration between the business people and the developers building the software is critical when it comes to achieving the best possible result.

Anna Fletcher Morris
By Anna Fletcher Morris under Agile 03 November 2016

I’m sure not everyone gets as excited about interior design or picking out furniture as I do, but there is definitely something about furniture that affects the way we work - especially within an office or studio.

By The App Business under Agile 25 August 2016

It may seem counterintuitive, but sometimes the fastest route to completing a project is to stop. In tackling a complex challenge, like building high-quality software, there will be difficulties to overcome. ​

Anna Fletcher Morris
By Anna Fletcher Morris under Agile 24 August 2016

Testers at TAB build strong lines of communication with everyone in our teams, across all stages of a project’s lifecycle. Part of our job is knowing what’s going on at every stage of a project and to help communicate that back to the team - I think of us as ‘information brokers’.

Zachary Borrelli
By Zachary Borrelli under Agile, Insights 30 June 2016

A Scrum Master plays an important part of our teams here at TAB, but it can be somewhat hard to define. The job title alone often gives rise to lots of questions about what, exactly, a Scrum Master does.

By The App Business under Agile 29 June 2016

At TAB, we put the 12 Principles of Agile at the heart of everything we do. Not only do we believe Agile helps us develop the best software, but it allows us to adapt and positively respond to change.

Khalil Dimachkie
By Khalil Dimachkie under Agile 01 June 2016

Collaboration isn't a new idea, but in the tech industry, high levels of collaboration are essential for delivery and collaboration is often at the heart of how companies like ourselves see the world.

By The App Business under Agile 23 May 2016

It's a fairly common assumption in Agile product development is that the faster you can get features out of the door, the better the team must be performing, particularly when transitioning towards Agile.

Anna Fletcher Morris
By Anna Fletcher Morris under Agile, Insights 05 May 2016

It’s easy to think that we don’t have enough space to be creative, especially in an office environment, but here is another post with tips and ideas on how office space can be used in different forms.

By The App Business under Agile 31 March 2016

As promised, here is the first follow up on my creative spaces for creative thinking blog where I unpack how you can create your own 'Working walls'.

By The App Business under Agile 21 March 2016

Almost a year on from our big move to our new Spitfire office, I have been experimenting and thinking about some ways you can apply creative spaces to your own work environments.

By The App Business under Agile 07 March 2016

At our recent Breakfast of Champions event, I manned one of our topic hubs, which looked at the value of lean experimentation in helping product teams learn fast, and fail forward.

By The App Business under Insights, Agile 25 February 2016

For a long time Waterfall was the only game in town in the world of software development. But times have changed and the flaws of Waterfall are becoming more apparent every day.

By The App Business under Agile 16 December 2015

In our last post, we looked at how to launch your MVP without sacrificing wow factor. Hot on the heels of that question is another one we often hear: how do I make my MVP achievable?

John Adams
By John Adams under Insights, Agile 05 November 2015

Continuing on from the questions and challenges raised during our Agile in the Real World event here at TAB HQ, I wanted to tackle one particular area that crops up a lot - how to make a good MVP.

Anna Fletcher Morris
By Anna Fletcher Morris under Agile, Insights 22 October 2015
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