Where do the items on the backlog come from? Ideally from understanding the needs of your users. But how to ask users the right questions to arrive at truly valuable insights? And how to turn these insights into opportunities? To answer these questions we’ll present design research methods derived from (Service) Design Thinking, which can be applied to product development.2 votes
What are the similarities and differences between Agile Development and Design Thinking (creative process)? And could the two come together to improve the product development process?2 votes
At many companies brainstorming is the default way to generate new ideas. Unfortunately it is not the best and easiest method to stimulate and harvest group creativity (https://hbr.org/2015/03/why-group-brainstorming-is-a-waste-of-time). An alternative, more effective and fun method is brainwriting / braindrawing.
This session will be an interactive workshop in which you’ll not only learn about the method, but you’ll also try it out. Once you’ve tried this you’ll never want to go back to the old fashioned brainstorming again.1 vote
Is your organisation agile enough to cope with the ever changing requirement of the customer? As Digital Product Owners we face rigid organisations contradicting the customer centric approach they claim to achieve. Let's share our experiences in this session.1 vote
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