There is no doubt that we are living in the midst of an era of Digital Transformation. The future of many organisations lies in their approach to the ever-changing commercial and consumer environment. The responsibility for navigating these landscapes falls to Senior Management.
Doing stuff is easy, and it can be highly visible, and it can get you noticed … and we all like to be noticed. On the other hand, thinking about doing stuff (properly) is not that visible and thinking about doing stuff can look a whole lot like not doing stuff!
Many organisations split their delivery teams into squads; within tribes; within domains – which look after areas of delivery or products. Each squad delivers from a backlog of requirements pertaining to their product.
No project ever begins with the intention that it will fail. However, despite the best intentions, this does sometimes happen (often for a myriad of reasons). We’ll examine why projects fail and what can be done to mitigate this…
Technology has come a long way, especially in the last 20 years, but it’s not everything. When I look back at what was around in 2000 when I started my professional career, I can see just how much technology has transformed how we interact with the world – in work and in our personal lives.