In the same way as the ‘An Appropriate Use of Metrics‘ and ‘Twenty Top Fails in Executive Agile Leadership’ articles, I propose here some extracts from an article published on the InfoQ website: Agile Development & Remote Teams – Six Powerful Productivity Hacks You Should Know.
What is interesting here is that it gives an introduction to the Six Sigma methodology, without going into (annoying) detail. On the contrary, these short notices invite reader to know more, especially about tools and real use cases.
Here are some notes I took when reading this course material.
Have you already my post about ‘ What is UX? What are UX Research and Design? ‘? Or maybe you know what is User Experience, so you read first this overview of ‘ Methods of UX Research ‘. This third post complete notes I took during the MOOC ‘ Introduction to User Experience ‘ delivered by the edX platform. We focus there on the methods to produce a plan or a prototype of what will be the final product or outcome.
There is also a quiz with 10 questions to assess your knowledge about this topic.