Breaking The Quality–Speed Compromise: Article from Tom and Mary Poppendieck in a nutshell: increase speed without lower quality by reducing wait time, lowering # defects by testing closer to coding, reduce # change requests by waiting to detail requirements until truly needed, i.e. just before coding.
ChangeCamp is a free participatory web-enabled face-to-face event that brings together citizens, technologists, designers, academics, policy wonks, political players, change-makers and government employees to answer one question: How do we re-imagine government and governance in the age of participation?
Twingly Blog Search: Search across micro blogging sites like Twitter and Friendfeed.
If airplanes were made by Scrum / Agile teams (via DikiyKaban)
Twelve (12) emerging best practice for adding user experience work to agile software development: The first time I’ve read about successful patterns of UX Agile work. Pass around.
Agility in Experience Design Process – What’s Next? (Part 1): No one seems to have figured out best how to do mostly design / UX work in Agile process. Tim Richards offers ideas on how to be more Agile