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Understanding how Design Thinking, Lean and Agile Work Together | ThoughtWorks

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/19

Many more things to learn and practice, especially on how these concepts interact, how to make things quantifiable and especially practice them in ways that people intrinsically understand how to:

The ideas of agile are great. It’s the way it has been codified into rituals and certifications and rolled out mindlessly that misses the point. When people talk about Lean, the conversation often ends at process optimization, waste, and quality, and misses so much of what the Lean mindset offers. Design Thinking is held high as the new magic trick of design facilitators.

Source: [WayBackUnderstanding how Design Thinking, Lean and Agile Work Together | ThoughtWorks.

The article has some nice graphics to illustrate the points (some are below) and points to a lot more links for further learning.

Via [WayBackThoughtWorks on Twitter: “Instead of focusing on applying a process, teams ought to challenge how they think and try new things, embrace the things that work, and learn from the things that don’t. #Agile #DesignThinking “

–jeroen

 

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