In my many years working with fantastic people in awesome teams there is one statement uttered by my colleagues that would always floor me… “I’m not sure why I’m doing this.”
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Discover the benefits of persona creation, download our Radtac Persona template and review our simple user guide to using personas.
A persona is an adaptable tool that can assist teams to gain greater insight into customer needs and motivations whilst validating design ideas and product market fit. They work really well in product development as they are quick to create and offer a great level of alignment for teams. In fact at Radtac we have developed a template that will allow you to create a persona with ease, helping your teams gain greater customer insight to ensure they are building the right-thing as well as the thing-right. At Radtac we are both method and framework non biased which is why we can see the value of persona creation regardless of whether you are adopting methods of Design Thinking or Agile ways of working.
When you live in the UK, a few days with temperatures over 20 degrees means that summer is here. As summer is the time when you generally make travel plans, we’ve made some of our own. And we’d like you to be a part of these plans!
We have received several enquiries from you lately about doing courses in different parts of the country, such as Bournemouth or Cardiff. While the majority of our courses are London-based, you made us aware that you’d like us to visit you.
(Drum roll please.) Therefore, we are very pleased to announce the Radtac Summer Roadshow: a series of regional courses running from July through to September, covering new regions of the United Kingdom and Ireland that are not on our regular training schedule.
Check out below more information on the roadshow, available courses and the list of locations covered.
Where do you start if you contemplating starting on an agile transformation? One of my colleagues really said ‘start with the engine room and then scale out’. Great advice but which ‘engine room do you start with?
Fortunately, Mike Cohn ** also gives some great advise about selecting the right pilot project which is probably the most critical and challenging task!
In reality not every project is equally suited to be your first and the ‘ideal project’ sits at the confluence of project size, duration, and importance and, for me, the engagement of the Product Owner.
Ever thought you can draw a parallel between Agile and sailing? Or you could view your skipper as the Product Owner, and yacht team members as Scrum team members? Richard tells the story of the FASTNET Race, how their crew was managed, and what they achieved.
We sort of understood what the client wanted: