Podcast 194 — The GP Book Club: Ryan Singer's Shape Up

In Shape Up, Ryan Singer shares the methodology that he and his colleagues at Basecamp use to 'ship work that matters'. The book presents itself as a guide for software developers, but what lessons does it hold for L&D?

Written by Ross Dickie
Published 12 May 2020
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Podcast 194 — The GP Book Club: Ryan Singer's Shape Up

On this week's episode of The Good Practice Podcast, Ross Dickie is joined by Owen Ferguson, Nicola Boyle and Ross Garner for the third in our series of bimonthly 'book club' episodes.

We discuss: 

  • Our general impressions of the book
  • The differences between Basecamp's approach and other product development methodologies
  • Key takeaways for L&D

 

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Ross Dickie

Ross Dickie

Learning Experience Designer
Ross has been working in L&D since 2015 and is a key member of the instructional design team at Emerald Works. Most of his time is dedicated to writing articles, scoping infographics and contributing to video projects.

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