Scaffolding

There is a concept in learning theory called scaffolding. It is the idea that when learning new concepts, you start simple and progressively get more complicated over time. It is designed to [...]

Agile is a verb

I recently read through a lengthy article describing organizational change and what companies need to consider in order to better adapt to the technology driven economy we reside in. It was a [...]

Closeness

A noticeable difference between enterprise organizations and startups is the distance between customers/users and ‘developers’. ‘Developers’, in this context, can be designers (customer or user [...]

Embarrassed

Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn, once said if you’re not embarrassed by your idea when you launched it, then you’ve launched it too late. He has since qualified this by saying that he isn’t [...]

Does agile even matter?

Here’s a simple test: What do you typically say when you are telling someone you need to search for something online? I’m guessing for most people, we now say “I need to google it” – this [...]