Tag Archives: Minimum Viable Product

Agile thinking

Survival means adaptability; agile thinking provides leaders with new ways to evolve their organisation. By Roger Perry Organisations need to be more responsive and adaptive in the face of an accelerating pace of change. Agile thinking enables companies to deliver products and services faster while involving customers and staff in improvement cycles they genuinely enjoy. Case […]

Digital transformation is the new black

Digital transformation is the new black Digital transformation is about more than just the digital realm, it’s about customers, staff, revenue, cost, and, most critically, culture. By Roger Perry I had my own digital epiphany while talking to a serial Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor. We were lazing by a pool, watching over our kids, and […]

The Minimum Viable Product: love and fear

The Minimum Viable Product: love and fear CEOs love the way Minimum Viable Product initiatives can speed up product development cycles, yet they fear the consequences of an ill-disciplined approach. By Roger Perry It was a misty Tuesday morning at an executive retreat for a company in the early stages of a tailspin. The mist was […]