Minimum Viable Book is a project between Amy Wagner
and Emily Webber
. We’re writing a book about agile & lean practices, in an agile & lean way.
The plan is to gather the best bits from Agile & Lean to create a toolkit, stitched together with a concise story about our – and your – collective experiences. We will strip away the buzzwords and help people understand the benefits of a course correcting approach by exploring the tools and techniques used by folks on all kinds of projects. We’ll also cast our net wider than the digital & software community and gather examples of how people are using these techniques in other industries.
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RECENT BLOG POSTS
- Austin Adventures
Our Austin Texas adventure started when we waved goodbye to a rainy London on Saturday morning, only to be greeted the craziest thunderstorms and flooding on Saturday evening and a fantastic temporary home in Hyde Park.
Austin was all about the food and the people.
Over the course
- Guten tag people who make things happen in Berlin, Germany
Guten tag people who make things happen in Berlin, Germany. We want YOU!
We’re looking for volunteers from a broad spectrum of people to contribute to the Minimum Viable Book via interview or by contributing to our workshop at the People in Beta Festival. Whether you make websites,
- Calling all those who make things happen in Austin, Texas
Calling all those who make things happen in Austin, Texas. We want YOU.
Hmmm that’s quite a broad call-out, isn’t it? Well yes, we want to talk to broad spectrum of people. Whether you make websites, tables, craft beer, software, household appliances, art or ice cream – we’d like to
- Workshop: Bristol #2
Last Thursday we held the second Minimum Viable Book workshop in the very wonderful Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol.
- Workshop: London #1
Last Tuesday we spent a few hours on a very warm evening in the offices of Go Free Range London, for our first Workshop.