Process Strategy Andy Wicks

Enter The Matrix - Lean Prioritisation

Prioritisation is a necessary evil of every product development lifecycle. Deciding what to build, where to focus limited resources and what customers segments to target are questions that face every organisation on a day to day basis. So with this…

Process Roisi Proven

The Less Safe Dad - Acronyms in Agile

If I said to you I know about less safe dad, the place where your brain would go probably isn’t toward project management. Technically, if I was being completely correct I would say LeSS SAFe DAD. Sort of looks more like a cry for help created from…

Badger Life Hanna Cevik

TL;DR: you’re not a unicorn anymore

Living in the technical community in Shoreditch, I’m overexposed to web geekery in comparison to those who don’t work in tech but because I don’t code for a living, much of it still passes me by. The questionable grammar – “internet all the things”,…

UX & Design Joe Dollar-Smirnov

Staying Lean in Complex Organisations

There’s been loads of writing about how operating models vary from business to business. Since Agile was a thing (from 2001) it has grown to become a buzzword that many organisations see as a silver bullet. This is not a new phenomenon. We often see…

Harriet Adams

Death by meeting (strippers need not apply)

Over the years, I've worked with a number of FTSE 100 companies. To this day, I still have no idea how anyone gets anything done, considering most of their 9 - 5 is either in meetings, preparing for a meeting, or talking about the actions from those…

UX & Design Sinem Erdemli

The Design Sprint at Red Badger

At Red Badger, we typically start projects by gathering insights and working out initial concepts. This allows us to understand the users, identify a scope for the project with clients and prepare design assets for development. Also known as ‘sprint…

Process David Wynne

A history of Lean in 10 books

The term “lean” is thrown around a lot in the software world these days. It's the new agile. In reality, most people don't really understand what is meant by lean, or at least what was meant by the those who pioneered the movement.