I’m a huge fan of product discovery and dual track development, Jeff Patton originally brought me there the first time in 2013 in his CSPO training. Thankful since this day, I’m trying to establish dual track development on team level, as I’m convinced, that this is the way to build great products. As I worked … More Product Discovery Trio? Or better: Product Discovery Dimensions!
TL; DR A tweet by John Cutler made me think over two weekends, so I wanted to write about it. It ended in a much broader spectrum, overview of concepts, methods and statements than expected. I sure could have split it smarter into multiple posts, but wanted to dot the line between them how organisation … More A Potpourri of Product, Organization, Team and Individual Thoughts
My personal experiences and highlights of #MTPEngage I’d like to write down and share my thoughts about the 3rd edition of #MTPEngage in Hamburg. The conference itself was split into three days of learning and inspiration: May 22nd Leadership day (by invitation only) + movie documentary May 23rd Workshop day + product blind dinners May … More My Personal Impressions and Views of the 3rd Edition #MTPEngage in Hamburg 2019
I’m a huge fan of agile methods, values, principles and processes. This week I’ve read a great article of Marty Cagan backed by Jeff Patton, Ron Jeffries and Ken Schwaber which I need to share and comment, because it resonates that much with my experiences of working in a large enterprise. I just published an … More Agile in Large Enterprises aka Comments about “The Revenge of the PMO” by @cagan
Last Monday I had the pleasure to visit the agile Roundtable from the DBSystel with a great talk from Klaus Lepold at @DB_Skydeck. Beautiful view @DB_Skydeck #agileroundtable with @klausleopold pic.twitter.com/SgGaXHBvR5 — @Virtual_Patrick (@Virtual_Patrick) March 20, 2017 His talk was very inspiring especially for traditional companies with more hirarchies and project focus. His hypothesis and observation is based … More Focus on Outcome and Value for Customers