FRESH THINKING FROM THE FRONTLINE

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

In Waterfall, all results are predictable - at least in theory. The roadmap is clear and fixed: if we do ‘X’, then the result will be ‘Y’. However, this does not account for unseen changes that arise in every project.

By The App Business under Agile, Insights 23 September 2015

After years of following a certain approach, legacy ways of working become entrenched, and changing them can feel impossible. However, the urgent need for change is felt by many of the companies we meet.

By The App Business under Insights, Agile 22 September 2015

Many organisations know they need to get more nimble in order to better adapt to an uncertain world. This challenge has led many of our clients to seek our prowess on the right way to 'go agile'.

By The App Business under Agile, Insights 24 July 2015

Agile is as much (if not more) about business efficiency than it is about software development, encompassing principles where rapid response to change is a key aspect of adding value for customers.

By The App Business under Agile, Insights 02 July 2015

Exploring all the different possibilities of our area of discipline allows us to become even better at what we do and encourages us to strive to achieve our potential. This is no different within the testing team at TAB.

Zachary Borrelli
By Zachary Borrelli under Agile, Engineering 30 June 2015

In my previous post, I let off a little steam by talking about some of the things that frustrate me about Agile (or rather, how many people choose to interpret it).

By The App Business under Agile, Insights 18 June 2015

Like many in the software industrys, I have spent much of my career working with Agile. While there are many things I love about it, there are times when I have felt like screaming when I hear the phrase “...that's not Agile.”

By The App Business under Agile, Insights 09 June 2015

At TAB, working alongside our clients and each other in highly collaborative partnerships is a fundamental aspect of what we do - it’s not just rewarding for us, it’s essential for making exceptional software.

Tim Checkley
By Tim Checkley under Agile, Insights 21 May 2015

As an Agile coach, I firmly believe that play is not just one of the best ways to learn, but also one of the best ways to powerfully embed learning.

By The App Business under Agile 15 May 2015