Continuous Improvement has long been a tool used in manufacturing and software development to solve problems faster and to structure work around learning. But, when we only improve the development side, we end up creating efficient processes to develop products that never get used.
In this talk, I’ll go over how the teams using the Product Kata in can create products that achieve business goals and satisfy user needs with real life examples. We’ll explore how this way of working brings about a culture of collaboration, experimentation, and metric oriented results.
The keynote is in English.