In an effort to be innovative, organizations will often pursue a complicated idea rather than a simple one. However, sometimes the best innovative idea is one that is simple — simple to execute and simple for the intended market to understand.
Costs of Innovation Must be Weighed Against Standing Still
When faced with the decision of whether or not to invest in an innovative idea, managers often measure the cost of the incremental investment. However, the error in this analysis is that it doesn’t take into account the cost of doing nothing — the cost of standing still.
Agile Estimation – Feature and Story Sizing Scales
It is important for scrum masters, product owners, and teams not to outsmart themselves when developing their relative sizing scales. Effective Agile teams must develop a simple, repeatable scale for feature-level sizing and story point estimating.
3 Reasons Technology Changes Fail
Achieving ambitious project goals where technology is concerned requires you to change the way you change.