Just because your training budget has stopped doesn’t mean your training should. Instead of making cuts to staff training, I want to suggest some alternative and cost-effective ways to achieve similar results.
Andy encourages us, as speakers at events, to think about how we could use the platform for good.
Delighted that Cassie is honoured in the 2020 Women in Software Power List as helping change the narrative of women in tech.
My preference has always been for delivering in-person classroom-based training. Well, times have changed. Here are three differences to consider when going remote.
Some thoughts on how systems thinkers can play a more active role in our troubled times.
The retrospective is — in my opinion — one of the most important activities in any project. Routine post-sprint retros are a great indicator of project health, but end-of-project wash-ups are where the real gems for learning lie.
There are observational principles, and there are imperative principles. Let’s put them together.
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Utopia is a new concept in fluid type and space. James explores the joy of fluid type scales from a designer’s perspective.
What can we learn from these three common paths into design management?
Last month we hosted our fourth Design Leadership Panel where we discussed the challenges that come with leading people and process through significant change.
Lorenzo shares his virtual onboarding experience, in the hope, it can help others.
Kicking off a new product? How do you go about finding the right team for the job?
During our third breakfast panel, we discussed the complex nature of balancing business needs with those of the user, and the challenges faced.
Brittleness is the opposite of resilience. But they both share something in common.
A breakdown of the SofaConf 2020 site build
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