Join us on September 19th, from 2:00pm to 3:00pm ET, for a panel discussion on the pursuit of true enterprise innovation with Greg Dubejsky (Director of Corporate Engagement at MaRS Discovery District), Andrew Grubb (Head of Innovation at Mercer), and Mark Reisler (Senior Strategist at Architech).
We believe that by involving the client early and often, we end up with a better outcome and allows us to create the right product, faster.
We recently hosted a panel discussion at Architech about Blockchain. Here are a few of our panelists’ key insights, from the basics to futurist thought.
When it comes to launching a new product or service, risk management is paramount. We work with our clients to minimize expenses and the resources consumed so that risk can be properly managed. But, that’s not the only concern when it comes to new product development. The other major question we’re constantly asking clients and ourselves is, “are we building the right thing?” That’s where a “Lean Startup” methodology comes in.
On July 19th at 1PM, join Jan Scholz (Senior Data Scientist) and Molly Puddister (Senior Interaction Designer) as they explore the intersection of data and design.
Reinventing the Online Experience
When you’re the client, it’s a pleasure to hear the old adage, “The client [customer] is always right”.
We asked our team to rank the top 5 contributions Canada has made to the tech or medical community.
Motivation comes from working on things we care about. It also comes from working with people we care about. – Sheryl Sandberg
Collaborating on the common purpose is just the start. Our teams move transparently and openly throughout the product journey.
While a quick Google search will pull up hundreds of team development activities for you to choose from, here are four activities tried and tested by the Architech team
This post will focus on the frequently overlooked fact that monitoring (like every other system), requires a good understanding of users and goals.