It’s All About Your Digital Twin

As I have been writing about adopting data-driven decision making in the broad sense and data-driven development more narrowly over the last weeks, several people have reached out to me, discussed with me and more generally explored the subject with me. During these engagements, I realized that many products and services exist for the sole … Read moreIt’s All About Your Digital Twin

Why You Need To Slice Your Features

In the posts from the last weeks, I discussed the first two steps in adopting data-driven development (see figure below), i.e. modeling feature value and building the necessary infrastructure. Once we have described the value that we expect from a feature and have constructed the infrastructure required to capture the data coming back from the … Read moreWhy You Need To Slice Your Features

Data-Driven Development: Step 2 – Build Data Collection and Analysis Infrastructure

In last week’s blog post, I discussed the first step in adopting data-driven development (see figure below), i.e. modeling feature value in quantitative terms. Once we have described the value that we expect from a feature, the next step is to ensure that we can indeed measure and collect the necessary data in order to … Read moreData-Driven Development: Step 2 – Build Data Collection and Analysis Infrastructure

Data-Driven Development: Step 1 – Model Feature Value

In my research and consulting engagements with companies, one of the recurring themes is the ambition of companies to become more data-driven in their way of working. After working on this topic with a variety of companies, my fellow researchers and I defined an adoption process that companies go through when adopting data-driven development practices. … Read moreData-Driven Development: Step 1 – Model Feature Value