March 11th, 2015
With the widespread adoption of Agile development methods, Lean UX has grown in popularity in the user experience world. It’s built around small, collaborative, cross-functional teams and is an extremely useful approach for startups and smaller teams. However, challenges arise when trying to adapt it to a larger, enterprise organization.
Josh Seiden, co-author of Lean UX and principal at Neo, believes that even though the Lean UX practice is a natural fit for small organizations, it can work well in any size organization. The main thing is being able to identify the things that you may get hung up on and working through them. In his virtual seminar, Lean UX for Enterprise, Josh talks through some of those “gotcha” moments and discusses how to implement Lean UX tactics.
Josh received a bunch of great questions during the live seminar and he joins Adam Churchill for this podcast to answer some of those.
- Is there a scenario where your MVP doesn’t have to be version one of your product?
- How do retrospectives and team agreements factor into the process?
- What can you do if you have limited access to your customers?
- Can you have contracts with vendors based on outcomes instead of deliverables or collaboration?
- What are the issues that arise in two-track Agile?