Tag: Lean

Web Development's Dirty Little Secret

by Aaron Froehlich

The Project Management Triangle is a useful framework for understanding the inherent tradeoffs in project development, regardless of the industry. The three corners of the triangle represent three competing values—scope, time...

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Lean Diaries: How to Run a Lean Startup Workshop

By Elisa Miller-Out

I recently had the opportunity to run a Lean Startup workshop for the Kessler Program at the Cornell School of Engineering. It was my first time running a workshop on Lean methods, so it was a bit of an experiment for me and I...

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The Lean Diaries: Story Mapping and Beyond

By Elisa Miller-Out

This week in Singlebrook Lab, we continued to explore whether there's a need for a new product that would improve the requirements gathering process for Agile web and mobile development projects. After several conversations...

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The Lean Diaries: Pitches and Mini-Pitches

By Elisa Miller-Out

We spent our last Lab session pitching away. The first half was spent doing a pitch for one of the pivots that came out of our requirements gathering product idea. It's a tool that's designed to help manage the Lean process. (I...

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The Lean Diaries: Pivot, Persevere, Purge, Product

In our most recent Lab session, we worked on a product idea that revolves around the process of gathering requirements for a software project. The two other product ideas we had been exploring have been purged from Lab. We did some mini-pitches to...

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The Lean Diaries: Starting a Product Innovation Lab

By Elisa Miller-Out

Over the past few months at Singlebrook, we’ve begun our Lab program. The goal is to create a profitable product business alongside our successful service business. We’ve been creating custom web and mobile applications for our...

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