#waybackMachine #interwebs’00 #lowfi #hifi #systems #electronics #having_fun_again //
We go, way, way, wayback… Check out your business, your online presense, what the web is to your customers. We do, by using the Wayback Machine we constantly look for new, innovative ways to represent our clients vision, this requires research. What better way, then using the Wayback Machine. We use this in as a form of humor, but more about learning from your past. Look into what failures might be and turn those into to wins. We look from within, in this case circa 2000 internet… We used simple, effective tools, to communicate, operate and compete. Sound simple? Simplify.
#growth #grow #scalability #transformation #nextsteps //
We chose growth as our first of 6 foundational messages; growth is the possibility of change. Inspire growth, try something today, right or wrong, there is growth to be had. Doing something with a CBA (Cost-to-Benefit) driven backlog is leading by change, scalable and ever present in a growth oriented, ‘next step’ business.
What is odd about growth? Anyone can grow, change or improve. We use a rather well known method for improvement, ideally we learn from both the scientific method, acknowledgment of failures and empirical evidence. Nothing new, nothing transformative from a business model perspective, we find successful change is steeply rooted in change, change based on what you know today; empirical evidence.
There are boat loads of studies, years management courses and years of learning to implement, work and excel in any one for the 15 flavors of Waterfall, Agile, Agile At Scale, Scrum etc etc. why so many? Yes, we recognize systems do require scaling from garage to enterprise. But, we beg to ask why? Why so many variants? The answer is simple, making a system fit your organization… Could be bad, good and down right ugly. Hire the right people, require skills beyond tasks to be completed, team members own work and complete work – hypothesize, test, learn and apply. Is it that simple? Yes, we think that it is.
Lastly, we think there is a pragmatic approach to incremental change or in this case incremental growth. Again, we will always say failures are terrible, but the difference here is the learning piece. Yes, if you fail and don’t learn; then yes it’s truly a loss. The sliver of light is the change that can come out of the the learning regardless of perspective. We think that is the micro-growth needed to improve your business no matter what size, level or challenge.
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