Jason’s perspective on effective product development culture (circa 2022)

Core beliefs

Guiding principles

Key practice sets

  • Aligned, autonomous cross-disciplinary teams;
  • TDD, evolutionary design, pairing/mobbing;
  • Continuous Delivery normally; release trains when regular synchronisation required;
  • Heartbeat retrospectives and blameless postmortems;
  • T-shaping;
  • Decoupled architecture and gradual rollout;
  • Continuous Research, Continuous Design, Continuous Delivery




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