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There is a cultural shift in which innovation is no longer a linear process but part of an interconnected ecosystem where people, organizations, and sectors can foster inspiration, idea-generation, co-creation, and validation of ongoing iterations.
As more large companies begin to embark upon audacious transformation plans and set up innovation teams, more corporate professionals are being introduced to a world in which terms like design thinking, lean, agile, pivot, experiment, fail, adapt and so on are used almost interchangeably.
The Australian Government could be doing more for innovation.
We're super pleased to announce Collective Campus has been selected to join the panel of the Digital Transformation Office.
Collective Campus walked the team through an intensive 2-day SCRUM bootcamp in which they learned agile principles in addition to techniques related to as Scrum practices, requirements, project initiation, estimation and prioritisation, sprint planning, executing sprints, re-planning, closing a scrum sprint and closing a project.
I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at IBM’s annual A/NZ Partner Symposium at Luna Park in Sydney yesterday where the hot topics of innovation, disruption, transformation and startup agility were central to the day’s discussions.
How do you go about finding and hiring such applicants when your company insists on candidates meeting criteria such as being a certified accountant which tends not to lend itself to right-brained, creative thinking.
More and more companies that were once small and built their reputation on disruptive innovations, are now big, and have other priorities.
Scrum is a framework for developing and sustaining complex products. This guide contains the definition of Scrum, including Scrum’s roles, events, artifacts, and the rules that bind them together. This guide is backed by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland, developers of scrum.
The Kanban board gives you an excellent overview of your current work situation. Visualizing work in a team environment simplifies communication and lead to improved effectiveness.