Strategy Harriet Adams

Are you learning to fail, or failing to learn?

I've lost count of the number of times organisations have told me they have a "fail fast, fail often" approach to delivering projects. This isn’t a new idea, but in practice, so few companies are open to systematically trying new things, making…

leadership Cain Ullah

Taking Lean Startup Into the Enterprise

In today's world where technology progresses at an incredible rate, established firms must innovate to remain competitive

Lean startup, developed by Eric Ries, is a method for developing businesses and products. Lean Startup is about delivering fast…

Process Olga Loyev

Relay runners and dance revolutions

This week I’m in Antwerp, Belgium for a 2 day Lean Change Agent workshop with Jason Little. Day 1 just ended and I’m exhausted!! But in that great my-brain-is-buzzing-with-new-ideas-and-information kind of way. Since my brain is way too excited to…

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…