Lean and Agile Product development takes serious Engineering excellence. To have the luxury to move fast, stay nimble, and experiment you need to invest in a tech stack with teeth. Lean and Agile Product development takes serious Engineering excellence.
I really like the way Gus explains Competitive-Engineering. - Kai Gilb
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Published on Nov 3, 2013
Tom Gilb is independent teacher, consultant and Writer.
He is the Author of nine books and hundreds of published papers, and is recognized as the founder or major driver of several technical disciplines such as 'software metrics' and 'Evolutionary project management.' Tom is recognized as the grandfather of Agile Project Management methods.
In the 80s, Tom helped IBM establish pioneering methods in quantifying Qualities. His methods have been widely and successfully adopted by startups, charities, and large companies such as Intel, IBM, HP, Boeing, Ericsson, and Credit Suisse.
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We are busy holding workshops and consulting with clients.
Here is a picture of a little "thank you!" card we got from our last public course. Nice - Thanks.
Right now we are in a boat on the river Thames holding a workshop for a consultancy firm.
For the weekend Tom is off to TedxTrondheim to hold a keynote, and Kai is off to Amsterdam for a Requirements workshop on Monday.