In our final post in this series, we take a look at the 3 most important ways you can accelerate discovery in your organisation.
In the second post in this series, Luke explains how accelerating discovery can be an advantage when it comes to digital service delivery.
How can you deliver new digital services while realising value quickly? We explore 3 things you need to know about accelerated discovery.
Government Digital Service (GDS) have recently announced they are looking at GOV.UK accounts. In this post, Kyle shares some concerns he has about the use of accounts from a user perspective.
Continuing his series on data-driven organisations, our Senior Engineer John Nicholas dives deeper into the problem of data and the importance of identifying the distinction between ‘data-driven organisations’ and ‘informed learning organisations’.
We spoke to Ian Roddis, Deputy Chief Digital and Information Officer, and Anna Awoliyi, Chief Allied Health Information Officer for Kettering General Hospital about how we collaboratively worked with ward staff and patients to iteratively improve the NHS Book a virtual visit service based on user research.
Rich discusses the problems that can arise when companies hire specialists and how to refocus a team to start delivering outcomes. Multidisciplinary teams allow you to focus on what outcomes you’re delivering and enable the team to share the responsibility of all aspects of delivery.
Why we should care about data-driven organisations? We will look at the specific problem that drives our inquiry into this area and forms the basis of the direction in how this large topic can be broken down.
How defining outcomes can help a product team collaboratively discover, identify, collate and rank what they should do and enable them to perform effectively and happily to ensure outputs are tied to those outcomes.
In software, estimating is controversial. In this post, we’ll look at how to measure the quality of your estimates, and what to do when it doesn’t stack up.