In this episode, we delve into the fascinating tale of the IDEO Shopping Cart Project and draw out five key lessons Agile teams can learn from it. We explore how this project, carried out in 1999 by design firm IDEO, showcased many Agile principles in action, even before the Agile Manifesto was written.
Join us as we discover how the IDEO team used design thinking and a user-centric approach to redesign the humble shopping cart, improving its safety and functionality. We discuss how the project was managed and executed, providing valuable insights into successful Agile project management.
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