#Scaling I see that hashtag in my Twitter feed on an almost daily basis. Either from startup founders who want to grow their business more in the coming feed or from Agile leaders who want to help make their framework more consistent at the office. Scaling is big business right now because if you can […]Read more "Some Things In Agile Don’t Scale"
Failure is a scary word in our work today. While the startup culture has embraced failure as the best learning took in the market, the word still has chilling effects on today’s business leaders. An Amazon search reveals over 22,000 books include the word “failure” in some fashion. Another few thousand can be added on this […]Read more "How To Set Your Failure Up To Succeed"
If we’re going to puff up our chests and be all macho about it, nobody really wants to fail at anything. You’re reading the words of a man who doesn’t have patience when I have to explain something twice — regardless of how well I articulated my point. The minute my wife challenges an opinion, […]Read more "Blog Post: How Do You Define ‘Fail’?"
The term “Minimum Viable Product” has been around for so long that it is now a cliche. If you aren’t writing a post on how the startup framework stinks, you’re writing about how you’ve improved upon it. Take, for example, this post by the very talented Robleh Jama of Tiny Hearts. The app studio founder […]Read more "Blog Post: Can We Stop Being So Literal With ‘Viable’ Please?"
As someone who plays in both agile and mobile worlds, I follow a ton of startup people on Twitter. Not only do I get to feel like one of the cool kids, but I can keep up with what other tech companies have coming that we can use at Bottle Rocket. They are fellow creators, […]Read more "Blog Post: How Fast Is Fast Enough?"