Introducing Consequence Scanning – a new Agile practice that fits within an iterative development cycle. This is a way for organisations to consider the potential consequences of their product or service on people, communities and the planet. This practice is an innovation tool that also provides an opportunity to mitigate or address potential harms or disasters before they happen.
Hunting an accessible* intro to systems thinking in context of internet-era approaches to service design and delivery.— Tom Loosemore (@tomskitomski) June 10, 2020
* Accessible to senior civil servants
“Untangling Kanban” by Rich Clarke https://link.medium.com/TWlzPleph3
Managers and product managers are often frustrated by the apparent lack of care the development team is showing for the needs of the business. The team is forever busy with engineering and design projects (some visible and some well hidden), while business-critical projects are dragging on at a snail’s pace. When a long-awaited product or feature finally launches, it often comes well short of the needs.