I love coffee, and I adore my barista, Silas. He is a world championship winning barista, and runs one of the most celebrated boutique cafés in Australia.
Silas knows the secret to a great cup of coffee. He knows that it’s about more than the tamp, the pressure, the timing, or the latte art. The secret ingredient is community.
What makes Silas’ coffee so good isn’t the coffee itself, but the conversations that happen around every sip. Everything inside his café is setup just for you: So you can be inspired, laugh with friends, and create treasured memories.
Because what matters isn’t the product itself, but the experience that the product creates.
How can we create a cafe culture within our products?
What would a community sprint, rather than a development sprint, look like?
What if our people came for the community, instead of the product?