Here’s one more thing from the Agile Fundamentals course I did with my Auckland University Executive Education whanau.
This part was a good takeaway in practical terms. It is something that is called a spike.
A risk-based spike is kind of a proof of concept. It is a prototype, a real-time experiment of what you are working on.
It was a good reminder that I don’t need to go and roll out the whole project I’m working on.
What’s often needed is to take an aspect of a project out to the customer and just give it a go in kind of a low-risk environment.
That is called a spike. It is a real-time experiment and something I need to do more of with the projects I’m involved with.
Wanna find out more? Check out the Agile Fundamentals course at the University of Auckland with Steven Briggs.