User Story Mapping

I’ve worked with many Agile teams over the years, and no matter what phase they are in, I always encounter teams with these common problems.

Richard Carter
Richard Carter | 5 July 2016

Digital Governance

IndigoBlue recently sponsored an event on the subject of Governance of Digital Projects.
James Yoxall
James Yoxall | 22 June 2016

Learning is Fun

I was recently asked to explain some of the key principles of Agile and transforma

Alan de ste Croix
Alan de ste Croix | 14 June 2016

Retail Breakfast Briefing

Last week IndigoBlue hosted it's first Retail Breakfast Briefing of 2016, in conju

Anthony Flack
Anthony Flack | 23 May 2016

Form, Plan B and Learning From the Past

In a previous blog I made reference to “form”, adopting the concept from horse racing and applying it to projects. The logic is straightforward.....
Anthony Flack
Anthony Flack | 29 April 2016

Breakfast Briefing - March 2016

On the morning of Thursday 17th IndigoBlue were pleased to host another of our popular breakfast briefings.
Anthony Flack
Anthony Flack | 17 March 2016

What Planning?

Regular, attentive readers of this blog will know that my favourite business-relat

Rob Smith
Rob Smith | 1 March 2016

The Answer is not the Solution

When I first started out, the majority of those who worked in the IT industry were clever people....
Jason Smith
Jason Smith | 16 February 2016

Black and Blue

Black Friday is the day of the year when retailers in the US typically move from loss into profit, acting as the starting gun for a frenzy of present buying and general retail mayhem.
Jason Smith
Jason Smith | 1 February 2016

A Package Deal

Building software is hard. It always has been and I expect always will.   So, over the years we have found better ways of working.....
Stan Wade
Stan Wade | 26 January 2016

Discriminating Taste

Here is an interesting experiment. Ask your friends or colleagues if they think racial discrimination in the office is unacceptable. I'm sure they will all agree that it is.
Jason Smith
Jason Smith | 15 January 2016

MVPs Can Be Dangerous

MVP (Minimum Viable Product) has recently become a meme - people that otherwise know very little about Agile are actively searching for MVPs on their projects.  
James Yoxall
James Yoxall | 8 January 2016