In the fourth episode of her Multi-Part Series Kim Poremski will look in depth into 3 games from the book, Innovation Games by Luke Hohmann, to help viewers better leverage the book to gather customer insights
Now that you know what you need to learn, who you need to talk to, and the constraints that you have, how do you decide which techniques are most effective to achieve your customer understanding goals? In the third of this multi-part webinar series, Kim Poremski will highlight various techniques for gaining customer understanding.
Many companies have known customers that they wish to engage, particularly for established or mature products, but early in the product development lifecycle, effective customer research will help to assess problem-market fit, product-solution fit, and business model fit. Register for the second episode of the webinar series “I Don’t Know My Customers … Help!” with Applied Frameworks Principal Consultant Kim Poremski!
The first step in creating a culture that embraces the need to develop customer understanding is to understand WHY it is integral to the sustainability and profitability of your business. Watch the first installment of Applied Frameworks Principal Consultant, Kim Poremski’s webinar series “I Don’t Know My Customers … Help!”
Applied Frameworks Principal Consultant Kim Poremski takes a deep dive into Vertical Story Slicing. She discusses the characteristics of a well-formed story, explores common patterns for effective story slicing, shows how to identify clues for when/how to slice stories, and examines sample stories to practice applying story slicing techniques. Oh! She answers questions too!
Vertical Story Slicing is a challenging and intimidating concept. Gain an understanding of story structure and how to more effectively slice stories to maximize value, plus there’s a link to her webinar on the topic.
Pandemic burnout is real. The impact of an always-on remote work life is taking its toll — especially on mothers. This essay discusses three simple but effective strategies for addressing pandemic burnout in Agile teams.
Developing fully cross functional teams can dramatically reduce waste. In this essay we explore why cross functional teams are difficult to implement, and how to overcome common obstacles.