How we help
We help companies tilt the product development playing field: to discover, nurture and speed up the delivery of value.
We seed change in your organisation by first engaging with your leadership and teams to understand your context and the outcomes that matter for you. Only then do we help you to study the system, collecting and analysing from a number of key perspectives: the value delivered, the flow of work, and the speed of critical feedback loops.
Together we then help you design a set of initial steps to get started on a journey to discover better ways of working.
We help you bring your best ideas to life – and quickly discover the Black Swans
Need to quickly develop or test an idea or concept? The Farmyard is for you.
We’ll help you to understand the problem and test potential solutions – improving your chances of discovering product-market fit. We have kick-ass development teams in London, San Francisco and other slightly more exotic places with all the skills to quickly develop products and services that users will love.
We help you to learn and grow by showing you better ways to approach product development.
Our training and workshop events are designed for people who are leading product development work: Product Managers, Product Owners and Project Managers. We teach new skills that will help your teams discover, nurture and speed up the delivery of value.
- Leading Product Development
- Product Owner Training Programmes
- Cost of Delay Workshops
- Designing Effective Experiments
- Jobs-to-be-Done & Customer Research
Cost of Delay
Is a month of delay worth one million dollars or one thousand dollars? Approximately 85 percent of product developers cannot answer this simple question.– Don Reinertsen
Value and Urgency
We’ve worked with…
A while back, I floated the idea of a conference where all of the speakers were women… @pawelbrodzinski i quite like the idea of a conference with women-only speakers — and men-only serving tea and coffee. — Joshua J. Arnold (@joshuajames) […]
Jim Womack’s keynote at the LPPDE14 conference in Durham nicely captures one of the key problems faced in Product Development: Most organizations are organized vertically […] but the product needs to flow horizontally across the organization in order to be made […]
Many observers will look at ApplePay and misunderstand it. They will likely see it as another example of Apple coming late to the party with nothing that hasn’t already been done before – and dominating on the basis of superior […]