Something good in Windows 10?

I have used Windows since the very early days in the 80’s and over the years things in general have got better with a few notable exceptions. Windows ME and Vista made a lot of people unhappy and Windows 8 appeared to be a big step back from its widely accepted predecessor Windows 7.  Now we have Windows 10 and I am trying to like it. The problem is, the best things I can usually say is ‘ Oh that’s like it used to be in 7!’. Surely there must be something good in Windows 10?

Stan Wade
Stan Wade | 5 February 2016

Black and Blue

Black Friday - retailers trying to move from loss to profit and 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

Latin for Every Occasion

That excellent and august body The Institute for Government is carrying out research on Digital Government.
Jason Smith
Jason Smith | 8 January 2016

Interim Agile Care

In mid-December there was a really interesting piece in the CIO magazine where Rachel Murphy - Cooper discusses the work in getting the Nursing and Midwifery Council on the Road to Digital.
Anthony Flack
Anthony Flack | 5 January 2016

Practicing What We Preach

If you are reading this blog, then I sincerely hope you have noticed that IndigoBlue have launched a new website !
Anthony Flack
Anthony Flack | 21 December 2015

The Won-ness of Things

At IndigoBlue we feel it’s important to show recognition for the excellent work from all of our team and all of our customers. So it is even more lovely when that hard work is recognised by winning awards.

Rob Smith
Rob Smith | 19 November 2015

Agile Awards Winner - YHA

IndigoBlue would like to extend its warmest congratulations to Sharn Harrison and her team at the YHA for the richly deserved award of Best Project in the Not for Profit Sector at last night’s Agile Awards.

Rob Smith
Rob Smith | 13 November 2015

Of Napoleon and Ocean Racing

One of the main constraints to the adoption of Agile values is the wider environment within an organisation seeking to change...

Alban James
Alban James | 26 October 2015

Volcanos and Planning

Recently I chaired an event run by Warwick Business School, with a focus on the subject of Why Projects Fail....

Anthony Flack
Anthony Flack | 22 October 2015

A Cow's Arse

My great friend and mentor, Peter Dean, could render most professionals speechless. His pithy summaries of the career prospects of accountants, solicitors and gynaecologists were the stuff of legend.

Jason Smith
Jason Smith | 10 September 2015

Harnessing the Web 2015

We are pleased to be announced as a official strategic sponsor for the leading national web conference....

Anthony Flack
Anthony Flack | 8 September 2015