These books, referenced in our Bright Ideas blog, should provide a refreshing splash of inspiration.
Settling on the right measures of success at the beginning of the project leads to greater autonomy, innovation and positive impact for delivery teams. Here is a simple set of questions you can use to surface hidden assumptions and create clear, meaningful goals for the entire project team and stakeholders.
Building and managing a design capability turns out to be anything but obvious. In this talk, Peter shares a pragmatic model for design and shows how it can flourish in conventional organizations to improve collaboration, agility and creativity. Here's the deck from the talk at the SeaSPIN meeting in Kirkland, WA in August, 2014.
Here's how we think about the design process. The reference guide is designed to be a quick, practical guide on how to incorporate design activities into your IT life cycle.
Here is an example of the synthesis from a Business Value Workshop. We take the results of a four hour workshop and extract draft causal loop diagrams, capability inventories, personas, scenarios and requirements.
Want to see how Navicet's constellation of services can help you mature your design and measurement practice? Whether you are committed to waterfall or transitioning to agile, here's how we can help.
Buy a Kiwi Dial:
Oh, hey there. You should totally buy one of these birds if you want to, but did you know you can get a new one of these for your smart phone for free at www.kiwidials.com?
Write what you want to measure on the front of this laminated dial. Tips for using the dial and suggestions for what to measure are on the back.