Archives for June 2015

Types of Innovation

It is remarkable how many people are under the false assumption that companies are either innovative or not.   This is a very polarizing and simplistic perspective that does not take into account the different types of innovations that companies can and do pursue. For this post, let’s break down innovation into two dimensions:  Technology and […]

Exploring Exploratory Testing

Exploratory testing (ET) is both conceptually familiar and technically foreign: The idea is widely used – in some form or another – yet the discipline isn’t widely studied. ET can summarily be described as concurrent learning, test design and test execution and while that, to some, may insinuate sloppiness, immeasurability and ambiguity; ET is as […]

Our SCRUM Metrics

Here we are, rolling out SCRUM across our teams, having teams practice the process and deliver customer value.  We needed to figure out a simple way to measure the effectiveness of our rollout.  Measuring the effectiveness has two parts: Part 1 How effective were we in changing team behaviors, making our team members and product […]