08 Jun 12:15 — 13:00
About the session
Continuous discovery sounds brilliant in theory. How can speaking to users on a weekly basis possibly not be a good thing for Agile teams to do?
However, in practice continuous discovery can cause teams more harm than good if they don’t approach it in the right way.
In this talk you’ll learn what continuous discovery is, what some of the common pitfalls are, and how teams at Redgate software achieve continuous discovery.
- What continuous discovery is and isn’t
- What the most common pitfalls of continuous discovery are and how to avoid them for Agile teams
- Examples of how teams at Redgate software achieve continuous discovery
- Why it’s important to encourage teams to break out of the continuous discovery mindset by finding a research cadence that works best for them
The session will be useful for anyone in an Agile team, or indeed working with Agile teams, such as scrum masters, product owners, product managers and design managers.
User research, Agile UX, Lean UX