What does joy look like to our clients’ project managers? We’ve found it looks something like this: transparent control over the project with predictable outcomes. At Menlo, our clients have complete control of the project’s direction. At any given moment, they know exactly where the project stands—how much progress has been made, the estimated cost for each step, and how the budget is holding up.

In this 4 hour virtual interactive workshop, you’ll get an introduction to the methodologies we use to bring joy, transparency, and control to project management.

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At Menlo Innovations, You'll Never Work Alone

We’re ready to hire Developers and potentially Quality Advocates! If you are interested in joining our team, the first step is to submit your resume and contact information using the form below. We are doing a series of Virtual Extreme Interview experiments and once we’ve scheduled them, we will be in touch with the date/time information.

We’re not quite ready to hire High-Tech Anthropologists® and Project Managers, but you are welcome to submit your resume and get in line for an invitation to the Extreme Interview for those roles.

To learn more about how the Extreme Interview worked pre-Covid, take a look at this article. The principles of the interview process – evaluating your pairing and collaboration skills - will be the same, but the practices will look a little different as the event will be virtual using Zoom.

We are considering candidates who do not live in the Ann Arbor area. You should be eligible to work in the US, recognize a standard workday between 8am and 6pm EST, and have a fast, stable internet connection. In a post-pandemic world, you may be expected to travel to, and even spend significant time, working in Ann Arbor, MI. 

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Developers at Menlo must be comfortable pairing while programming, then re-pairing to facilitate the transfer of knowledge between projects. Developers have to be prepared to learn and teach languages in our agile environment while using test driven development. Essential skills: thinking out loud.

Quality Advocates

Quality Advocates engage in exploratory testing beyond what any automated test suite could accomplish. This may take the form of build testing or simply reviewing the software for bugs with an eye to identify usability issues. Quality Advocates play a critical role in reviewing whether the individual features coded by developers are “done.” Essential skills: breaking things.

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