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I have been on the Getting Things Done wagon for well over a year now, and I'm a happy GTD'er. It's a great productivity framework for knowledge workers, because it let's you get stuff off your mind, so you can focus on the job at hand. But I find myself thinking, that my personal version of the system is overly complicated, especially in stressfull periods. When the going gets tough, my GTD habits gets skipped. Piles start accumulating and the only routinely thing about my weekly review routine, is that it gets cancelled routinely. A LEAN GTD System - Poder.dk : Poder.dk
What happens when technology cycles become shorter than corporate decision cycles? That’s the question I posed in an earlier post about Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram Saul Kaplan takes it even further in his new book The Business Model Innovation Factory , when he points out that the concept doesn’t just apply to technology, but business models as well. Why Business Models No Longer Last
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Introducing rollout: Condionally roll out features with redis | James on Software Aug 01, 2010 When we work on new features, we like to push them to production regularly. We've found that long-lived branches tend to introduce more defects than short-lived ones. And as useful as staging can be, it's hard to beat seeing and tweaking new features on the real, production site and infrastructure. When we're ready to alpha the feature, we'll roll it out to staff. For beta, we might roll it out to some specific friends or people who request access.
Agile development is a value system — not a process. The Agile Manifesto is a short, 4 lines, set of phrases that indicate what’s important to those practicing Agile development. These statements are the “mom and apple pie” statements for agilists. There’s no specific processes specified — however over the last several years common practice has emerged. (For more on agile value system and culture, read Agile is Culture, Not Process.) Kanban development oversimplified: a simple explanation of how Kanban adds to the ever-growing Agile toolkit
Kanban is a lean approach to agile software development. Actually, Kanban means many things. Literally, Kanban is a Japanese word that means “visual card”. At Toyota, Kanban is the term used for the visual & physical signaling system that ties together the whole Lean Production system. Lean/Kanban - Crisp AB
Indexes | Fiksu Benchmarking app store competitiveness & the cost of mobile app marketing Fiksu Indexes for February 2014: Cost per App Launch Index: February 2014 The Cost per App Launch Index tracks the cost of each repeat app launch over time, which focuses on engagement and life-time value of mobile users. In February, the Android Index dropped 25 percent to $0.12 from January’s $0.16 –a 33 percent decrease year-over-year.
LeanLaunchLab: Test and innovate on your business model using the business model canvas, lean startup, and customer development"As an Entrepreneur In Residence at Trinity Ventures, my job is to invent and evaluate business ideas. There's no tool out there today that is anywhere near as helpful as LLL for systematically assessing the hypotheses underlying a potential business." David Weekly, Founder, PBWorks, HackerDojo, Mexican.VC "LLL provides the unique mix of business model canvas and blog functionality that allows for better management of information and BOD's. hugely helpful as we teach startups how to manage their resources."
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