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Framework First: The Walking Skeleton Method

by Tristan

Beginning a project often feels like navigating through a maze – confusing and fraught with indecision.

Without a clear starting point, projects can stall before they even begin, wasting valuable time and resources. 🔥

Enter the Walking Skeleton Method – a strategy that cuts through the confusion by focusing on the essentials first. By identifying the minimal set of functionalities, you build a framework that serves as your project’s spine.

  1. Outline Core Features: Determine what is absolutely necessary.
  2. Develop a Basic Version: Start with a simple, functional foundation.
  3. Iterative Enhancement: Gradually add and refine features.
  4. Continuous Integration: Keep testing and integrating new elements to ensure smooth progression.
  5. Refine and Expand: Use ongoing feedback to perfect and grow your project.

Transform your project approach from overwhelming to manageable. 🌈 Start simple, build smart with the Walking Skeleton Method. Establish, enhance, excel!



A coach and transformation expert, bringing practicality to the forefront of every project. Holds certifications in Scrum, Kanban, DevOps, and Business Agility, and is one of the few Accredited Kanban Trainers (AKT) globally. Specialises in efficient business operations. Currently completing ICF PCC Level 2 certification.

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