Author Archives: David Hussman

David Hussman

About David Hussman

David Hussman teaches and coaches product discovery through iterative delivery. He has spent the last 15 years coaching agility and producing products for companies of all sizes around the world. David owns and guides DevJam (www.devjam.com), a composition of mentors, producers and builders. DevJammers focus on using agile methods to help people and companies improve their product learning through faster deliver cycles and continuous delivery. DevJam success comes from pragmatically blending technology, people, and processes to more quickly validate product ideas and investments. The DevJam site contains publications and presentations from David and many other DevJammers.

Product SAFeTY

About seven years ago, I started a deep dive into all things product. I found myself coaching teams that could consistently produce, but not consistently produce the right product. I shifted DevJam coaching to be a blend of product discovery … Continue reading

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“When will it be done?”

Sometime last year, I started working with a Fortune 100 company on a large, distributed product development effort. There were many “refactoring opportunities” – a term a friend once used to describe my code. Like many large efforts spread across … Continue reading

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How Often Are You Wrong?

While we have made great strides in challenging late integration, lack of collaboration and the obvious need for automation, we still have a ways to go when it comes to ideation, and the dangerous amount of certainty we have when … Continue reading

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