Discovery Kanban 101: How to Integrate User-Centered Design with Agile | Jeff Zych | Skillshare

Discovery Kanban 101: How to Integrate User-Centered Design with Agile

Jeff Zych, Humane designer and technologist

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8 Lessons (48m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Problems with Agile

    • 3. Discovery Kanban Overview

    • 4. Phase 1: Build the Board

    • 5. Phase 2: Use the Board

    • 6. Tips to getting the process adopted

    • 7. Additional benefits from Discovery Kanban

    • 8. Wrap up

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7 of 7 students recommend this class
Nice short course on Discovery Kanban and how to separate the design process from the engineering (typical scrum) process, which wasn't created to include design. The course is a little dry with each slide being read; would be nice to have illustrations, or even just a live video of the things being discussed and drawn out.
This class provides a real world, practical approach on how to implement Discovery Kanban at any company with Designers and Researchers. The instructor showcases his expertise as he explains the benefits of Discovery Kanban from his own on the job experience. From my point of view as an engineering program manager, he identifies problems that I have seen in the field such as stories being incomplete and what happens when the Discovery process is rushed. In the class, the instructor articulates a structured way of operationalizing key components of Kanban including how to build the Kanban board itself and how to run the meeting to use it. I'd recommend all Designers and Researchers or anyone that works with them to take the class and see how this process or aspects of this process might be useful for them!