A Business Analyst Travel Kit Journey to Agilandia

When working in an everchanging environment such as software development, with fast paced updates for different facets of an application (such as software, compliance, security, performance, infrastructure and interface design best practices) a Business Analyst (BA) should

Impact Mapping: Making Value-Driven Prioritization a Reality

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to combine quantified business goals, direct traceability from goals to features, surfacing of value assumptions, cause-and-effect analysis, design thinking and visual facilitation in a single approach?

Rising to the Agility Challenge

Organisational agility could be the difference between succeeding and failing in today’s business environment. Agility relies on everybody in an organisation knowing what they are trying to achieve, understanding why, being able to decide by themselves how

Mindfulness: Cultivating Agile Minds

Agility starts with Mind. It’s about open, curious, energetic mind constantly looking for doing better things and in better ways. Such Agile Minds manifest in proactively sensing market/customer opportunities/needs early, quickly adopting to changes to create new

Managing Manager-less Processes

A new generation of Agile processes are emerging, frequently omitting the role of a dedicated manager. Erik Meijer has termed his flavor as One Hacker Way; my version was originally titled Programmer Anarchy. We explore the reasons