“Simplicity is a key component in both agile and mindfulness, with focus placed on value and a deliberate effort to remove redundancy.”
“The ‘right’ balance of both agile mindset and agile frameworks is best to enable success.”
“An Agile framework for delivery, supported by scalable Big Data solutions and a highly iterative business engagement, can maximise opportunities for insight driven growth.”
“The key value-add and differentiator in using visualisation was the quality of the output and level of stakeholder engagement.”
“Now more than ever, it is important for Australian workers and Australian organisations to adapt to remain competitive.”
“The road to Agile is not a transformation that happens overnight by restructuring your people (an approach we would not recommend), but is rather a progressive change that should be approached in an iterative manner – both organisationally and culturally.”
“It’s important to understand the way of working in context to what the organisation was trying to achieve at the time.”
Do not be afraid to try, learn and adapt practices to your situation. When it is contextually applied, a framework or selection of practices from multiple frameworks will be best suited.
“Interviewing customers at scale can be quite costly and time consuming for an organisation. The harder it is, the less likely it is to occur.”
A common myth of being a UX Designer in an Agile world is that there isn’t enough time to understand requirements or deliver quality designs.