Not long ago the Financial Times has published a special report about how and why big businesses start to warm up to Agile. The same topic has been picked up by Carly Chynoweth in The Times’ article: ‘Wake up call to big business as tech-savvy newbies set the pace’, featuring academic and industry insights from Cass Business School and two Radtac clients - Hiscox and William Hill.
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The second instalment of our 2015 Agile predictions comes from Simon Powers, Agile / Architecture - Transformation Coach. Simon's predictions include the growth of Agile consultancy in 2015, and even greater infiltration of Lean practices.
There are a few TLA’s (three letter acronyms) used in agile projects to define the scope of a product increment.
So what are they, what do they mean, how do we use them?
The following TLA’s are the ones I have seen used recently, there are probably more around.
MVP - Minimum Viable Product
MMP - Minimum Marketable Product
MMF - Minimum Marketable Feature
MMR - Minimum Marketable Release
The infamous ‘selfie’ that Ellen DeGeneres took at the Oscars has, at the time of writing, been re-tweeted over 3 million times.
So, always up for a challenge, I thought I would take my own ‘shelfie’ and see if I can get it to go viral! What do you think?