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09 Dec 2021

Which skills to choose in order to be more valuable

At some point in your career, you realize that it’s time to try to advance through the hierarchy. You think you are doing a good job. You are constantly developing and learning something new. But at the same time, someone you know, with much less experience and knowledge than you, has long been higher up the hierarchy than you. Then you ask yourself: what is wrong with me? In my case, the answer turned out to be properly gathering the expectations concerning my skills and work.

10 Dec 2015

Mini rant: V for Viable

Building a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a method of developing new products by validating hypotheses using feedback from real users as soon as possible. This is supposed to reduce risk and to ensure a good return on investment. It is most often used together with Agile development methodologies. But there’s no such thing as a free lunch and while it reduces some types of risk, MVP also introduces some risks of its own.

26 Jan 2015

Eight steps to building Minimum Viable Product with Story Mapping

This is the second part of the article about how, in one of the teams at Allegro Group, we combined the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and Walking Skeleton concepts with the Story Mapping technique to quickly define the scope of the forthcoming project and eventually built a reliable and valuable product in a limited amount of time.