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Article by Zahin Raidah
Managing Complexity: How to Embrace the Chaos and Make the Most Out of It
  • The article explores strategies for managing complexity in product management, emphasizing the importance of embracing chaos, defining clear goals, fostering collaboration, and iterating to adapt to evolving challenges.
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Out-of-the-box design process by Gett mobile team.

Article by Moishy Neulander
How Insight from Netflix Profiles Doubled Our Conversions
  • The article discusses how Gett, a taxi booking platform, leveraged insights from Netflix to implement a profile selection feature, significantly improving user experience and doubling business conversions.
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What do Architecture, Computer Science, Agile, and Design Systems have in common?

Article by Kevin Muldoon
A Pattern Language
  • The article explores Christopher Alexander’s impact on diverse fields, from architecture to software development, introducing the concept of design patterns and their influence on methodologies like Agile and the evolution of Design Systems.
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Article by Karri Ojanen
Agile and Design Thinking — How Can They Go Well Together?
  • The article explores how organizations can merge Agile and Design Thinking to create a more flexible, collaborative, and customer-focused approach to problem-solving.
  • The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) incorporates Design Thinking principles into the Agile continuous exploration cycle, but it also has some key differences.
  • To successfully blend Agile and Design Thinking, organizations must recognize that Design Thinking is also Agile in its iterative, co-creative, and collaborative approach, and applying too strict of a cadence and speed to the process could be counterproductive.
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Excellence is deliberate.

Article by Nate Schloesser
Designers, Excellence Is Not Accidental
  • The author speculates on reaching excellence in design backing the arguments with his own experience of delivering product strategy for Internet and Screen Accountability software Covenant Eyes.
  • Excellence in design is not something that comes to you naturally; it is deliberate and comes with effort.
  • Excellence starts with mastering design skills through learning, making mistakes, and, eventually, making a habit of putting to work everything you’ve learned.
  • In the pursuit of excellence, intelligent execution is an essential step. The author advises that you should always take into account the environment in which the plan is to be implemented. Also, you should have a thorough awareness of the framework and the organization you are working with.
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To hear Dave Snowden talk at Design Thinking Ireland was to be treated to an avalanche of fascinating and deeply interconnected ideas like no other. The talk also seriously overwhelmed my sketchnoting abilities.

Article by David Hall
Chaos, Derrida and Pigeons: Things I Learnt From Dave Snowden
  • The article covers a talk Dave Snowden gave at Designing Thinking Ireland telling about his developed Cynefin framework — a powerful decision-making framework that attempts to give us tools to absorb uncertainty, create resilience, and thrive in a complex world.
  • The authors unpacks the following ideas:
    • Consciousness is a distributed function
    • Dark chocolate consumption and Nobel laureates
    • Derrida and aporia
    • Distributive ethnography
    • Embracing ambiguity
    • Exaptation
    • Falcon and the pigeon
    • Frozen Two and the adjacent possible
    • Order, complexity, and chaos
    • Sense-making
    • Triopticon
    • Wisdom of Crowds
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