The Lean UX Tryout

Everybody wants to try Lean UX. Some go for it. Some succeed with a version of it. Most end up running the occasional design sprint and then going back to what they know: waterfall product development pretending to be something else because the Engineering team says it practices Agile. 

You want something more. Something better.

But how do you introduce a rapid, Lean UX practice into an enterprise without a massive overhaul and disruption to a productive workforce? How do you prove the benefits of the move without hiring a staff of Lean UX experts and a change management team?

You do it by getting lean about Lean.

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