Beyond Lean UX: Making Enterprise Agility and Scrum more User-Centred

We get the best feedback from working software over documentation, says Alistair Cockburn when commenting recently on the Agile Manifesto.

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And while some look at enterprise use of Lean UX to make us more customer focused with feedback loops, what can we do instead to make Scrum at scale more user-centred? How can we better leverage its powerful P-D-C-A learning loops at scale as an integral part of continuous delivery?
And check out Steve Granese’s awesome sketchnote of the presentation!

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