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Lean vs Agile vs Design Thinking

What You Really Need to Know to Build High-Performing Digital Product Teams
Lu par : Mike Norgaard
Durée : 45 min
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As companies evolve to adopt, integrate, and leverage software as the defining element of their success in the 21st century, a rash of processes and methodologies are vying for their product teams' attention. In the worst of cases, each discipline on these teams - product management, design, and software engineering - learn a different model. This short, tactical book reconciles the perceived differences in Lean Startup, Design Thinking, and Agile software development by focusing not on rituals and practices but on the values that underpin all three methods.

©2017 Jeff Gothelf (P)2017 Jeff Gothelf

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  • Taz
  • 26/05/2017

Don't buy this audiobook. Buy the eBook.

This is also mostly for people new to the three practices. I like it but didn't think it was that helpful. It is very short and a good overview.

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  • D. Alzoubi
  • 23/06/2018

it started, and then it was over

did not learn anything beyond what is in Wikipedia pages for each of the practices, what a waste of 40 minutes

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  • Bjorn
  • 08/10/2017

It's brief. Now go read Sense and Reapond

I liked this overview. I consume different media types and this audio version offers a simple review of these methods. It's not intended to be a deep dive. Rather, it's brevity is a super practical teaser to Gothelf's thinking.

My favorite line.... Customers don't care about your approach, they care about great products and services that solve meaningful problems in effective ways.

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  • Brian
  • 04/02/2019

20 minutes and pretty much blog material.

Very short. This entire piece would normally be the introduction chapter of another more-in-depth book. Don't waste your money.

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  • Atxgrl
  • 09/11/2018

Based on the description I thought it was more than it was

Honestly, this is a good book for understanding these concepts. I felt it didn’t offer a guidance of complimentary collaboration between everything the way I would have liked. Perhaps it is because I have a lot of experience with each of these concepts, so I found it very basic at times. The performance was great. Honestly it had the ton and approach of a really sound podcast of these business practices for software development.

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  • johnDondapati
  • 17/10/2018

good overview but fails to distinguish

I liked the quick overview and I think the author is knowledgeable in the concepts. I was hoping for a more deeper explanation on the topics. I have read many books on each topic too quickly so all the concepts have merged into one single perspective. I needed to understand how to distinguish one from another and this book was not the one for that. he does a good job of explaining how they work together though. his 10 step process is not a revelation but decent start point.

bottom line: if you want a real quick overview this is worth it.

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  • Joao Castro
  • 30/05/2017

straight to the point executive summary

straight to the point executive summary helps introduce the topics to those coming from classic management

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  • Anonymous User
  • 18/07/2019

a concise explanation which one can relate to.

easy to understand and differentiate the various practices of agility to allow users to make sound decisions on how they approach their product development process

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26/06/2019

Great book and intro to the topics

Great book and intro to the topics highlighting the similarities and differences. Good into for anyone starting out and those in the game.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 17/03/2019

Quick but accurate reflection of common problems

good introductions to concepts and goals of lean/agile/design thinking; good overview of how these world views conflict in actual making of software. A bit hamfisted on metaphors or examples, and a bit out of touch with more technical descriptions (misunderstanding of 'devops' in my mind, but to little consequence or detriment.)

Very short read, may be best when you have quite a few credits stacked up, or are really itching for a quick overview of concepts. It's short length has also served very well in making it approachable to recommending to others, and great tool for putting people on same page before discussing concepts or proposed process changes.

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  • S. Kainz
  • 19/02/2018

Als Podcast ok, als Buch deutlich zu flach

Was wäre für andere Hörer sonst noch hilfreich zu wissen, um das Hörbuch richtig einschätzen zu können?

Als schneller Überblick /Zusammenfassung vielleicht ganz nett, aber sehr allgemein und oberflächlich und genau wenn es interessant werden würde mit eigenen, tieferen Ideen, wie man mit der Situation konstruktiv umgehen kann etc. ist das Büchlein zu Ende. Lohnt nicht

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  • 02/03/2019

Quick and an eye opener

Learned some of the pitfalls to avoid when using agile, design thinking and lean.
Really enjoyed the pace of the narrator.

It made me see some of the mistakes I have made and gave me some pointers on how to improve them.