Developing a digital mindset for L&D: Getting things done

Software and hardware development have given us a series of powerful ways of operating, especially around project management, that would be useful for learning and development to adopt.

There used to be a time when most software development projects were late, over budget and didn’t meet user expectations. But software developers have learned to really focus on project management, and in doing so have developed new ways of working that solved the challenges of software development and other digital projects. The most common method has become ‘agile’ project management. There are other methods, such as extreme programming, though agile methods have been around for the longest and are talked about the most. There are variations of agile like Minimum Viable Project, which focuses on breaking larger projects or products into small components and getting them into the hands of customers and users as soon as possible for feedback.

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