John Little coined his eponymous theorem while studying queues – it links the rate at which customers enter a queue, the average wait each customer experiences, and the number of customers you’d tend to find in that queue. Knowing two of these…
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At Red Badger our delivery teams often use a North Star metric to guide the way through product delivery. A good North Star tells you if the direction of travel your product teams are taking is having a positive or negative impact on your customers.
Recently, I took a course in DSDM, an agile project delivery framework. Whether you’ve taken the course yourself, or if you’re thinking about booking it, here are some of my thoughts after having completed my training.
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Great news – we're thrilled to reveal our very first internally built social impact project. It’s a brand new platform called ShareThyme which helps connect adults aged 65+ who love to cook with younger people keen to learn new…
The idea that all businesses are now technology businesses is not a new idea. Whether they know it or not, digital needs to be at their core. In retail, online commerce is the new norm and Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now a part of many types of…
It’s no secret that I love Gretchen Rubin, the author and podcaster who discusses happiness and human nature. Most of her tips and strategies are for home life but I started thinking; could these also apply to work?
I don’t think we spend enough time celebrating successes in teams, so I created some super simple stickers that did the job.
Here at Red Badger we love data and insights, and it’s been a busy couple of months for our Insights team. We’ve been meeting clients to discuss how we can help them improve their products and services, by using data backed insights and starting a…
We worked with Pride in London to build an open source platform for their new app, allowing the community to celebrate and contribute all year round. Read how we used React Native to deliver a fully functioning mobile app across two platforms…
After recently attending Kanban Management Professional I and II training, I got some useful new language to help me explain some of the underlying instincts that I have around typical project stumbling blocks. I want to share a few of the “a-ha”…
Our delivery team work hard to tackle problems and work through issues with practical solutions, and sometimes they share their successes and learnings with the press.
Using cross-functional teams to deliver projects is a no-brainer. So why do many organisations get it wrong, and how well does your organisation do?