Toward the end of 2019, I was transferred to a new team at Toyota Australia, the Toyota Used Vehicle Platform. I would be the Scrum Master and UX Designer. We were tasked with bringing an improved experience to our visitors, and look to incorporate financial repayment options for these used vehicles. The used vehicle site … Continue reading 97% →
Back in 1932(May 20), Amelia Earhart flew across the Atlantic as the first solo female pilot. As I recently discovered, progress towards this goal involved a significant number of compromises. When originally asked to cross the Atlantic by plane, in 1928, she was told she wouldn’t be allowed fly, nor would she be paid. But … Continue reading Earhart – the atlantic and managing compromises →
Stories, users, and learning This month I had the pleasure of spending some time with Neil Killick(http://agilemelbourne.neilkillick.com/) and a few others learning all about story slicing. It was incredible. Yes, I realise, that’s a fairly strong statement, but I don’t think I’ve been in a situation before, where I’ve been able to apply so quickly … Continue reading Stories, users, and the art of slicing! →
Learnings on waste! The concept of waste is something I have only recently started to learn. This is due in part to my immaturity in the software development world, in particular, my lack of on the ground agile software development experience, lean, SAFe, XP modern agile, etc…..I’ll freely admit, the concept of products in IT … Continue reading How Wasteful Are You? →
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