Nonviolent #Communication for #agile teams

I’ve written before about the communication challenges of a scrum team. For me communication is nothing special to scrum, but it is very important to find a common understanding when comes to collaborative work building features and talking about user stories. It also improves our daily lifes working on our behaviors and attitudes. I’ve bought an audio … More Nonviolent #Communication for #agile teams

Business Assumption Worksheet for envisioning

This worksheet is originally created by Giff Constable to facilitate an assumptions discussion. I just wanted to add this to my blog to promote structured discussions about envisioning. There are plenty of other books and ideas out there, but I really like the easy way with this worksheet. Enjoy! Business Assumptions I believe my customers … More Business Assumption Worksheet for envisioning

#BusinessValuePoker for building a Product #Roadmap

At the end of last year I’ve made the great experience to built “yet another product roadmap” for our product line. This is nothing really new, except this was the first time overall for the whole product line while living agile. The sources where similar to past: Customer feedback Competitive Analyst Innovation External/ internal factors The … More #BusinessValuePoker for building a Product #Roadmap

Cloud first, mobile first – how to build products in a #PostPC era

        Last week I was able to do some homework and was watching some Microsoft videos from the latest #TechEd2014. One was about Windows 10 management and the evolving requirements in the enterprise:   (Source: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/Europe/2014/WIN-B334) This was like a déjà-vu from different venues I was able to participate or watch. The story resonates very … More Cloud first, mobile first – how to build products in a #PostPC era

Lean on fire – how to built great products

Last week I had a great conversation about building products and how to maximize customer value. Due to this inspiring and compelling event I have read several articles about “Lean” including the mothership article The New New Product Development Game from Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka from January/ February 1986. Because of my learnings of Jeff Patton … More Lean on fire – how to built great products