On on boarding

Disclaimer: This post isn’t commercially related, it represents my experience as an end user. Few days ago my bank relaunched their mobile banking app. Such a good news. I was curious about the new look and feel, so I started to watch the presentation video to see more details about it. I listed below the steps I have to perform before using the new mobile app. Step 1. I have to download the new app (not update the current app version, but to download a new one). Step 2. I have to type in my username and authentication code (generated … Continue reading On on boarding

On reinventing

There are times when solving a problem or challenge requires a fresh perspective, a new course of action, a steer towards a different path. But there are times when doing some research, reading and learning helps you solve your problem, with practices wide spread in the industry. If you learn from the experience of state of the art writers, authors or consultants then most probably you will find what you need. Smart people with relevant experience in business analysis, product management or software development frameworks (like Scrum) already dealt with challenges similar to yours, so you can take great advantage … Continue reading On reinventing

On learning

3 new paperback entries for my library: The Lean Product Playbook by Dan Olsen Inspired by Marty Cagan Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Jeff Sutherland Although I don’t have as much time as I want for it, I like to read, as learning is the most powerful source of inspiration and knowledge. While I do have many books in electronic format, I enjoy more the feeling of reading and learning from the paperback ones. Electronic books sometimes just feel like navigating and scanning through the content. If product management or Scrum topics … Continue reading On learning