Waterfall bad, washing machine good – by Leisa Reichelt

The gist of this talk was about designing product with an agile mindset. Iteratively, collaboratively, and humanistically (use of scenarios or stories). This is not new to us at Liquidnet, we’ve been trying to methodically carry this out in increasingly bigger projects.

Lisa’s background is in project management. I like her sketches, they’re very cute. Here are a few key points:
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Sam Felder took notes exactly the way it is, here it is.

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