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The Lean Change Method: 1000 Mile View

Why Lean Change? There are number of key risks to any change initiative faces, the lean change method is an attempt to provide agile change agent with tools and techniques to help manage those risks. Perhaps the biggest challenge ...
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Refining a Change Canvas to Represent a Minimum Viable Change

Using a change canvas helps change agents deliver on the first promise of the Lean Change method, that change be negotiated. Following the principle of negotiated change, successful change requires that both change agents and chan ...
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Using Story Mapping For Defining Business Requiremets

Story mapping is a lightweight and collaborative approach to defining and structuring user requirements. Story mapping involves describing the system as a list of features that provide a sequential story of requirements in a user- ...
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Client Reviews: From Waterfall to Agile

We are currently transforming a large organization with 200+ people to adopt new agile behaviors. The transformation started off with identifying 3 pilot projects to be the first adopters of agile skills and techniques.The 3 p ...
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The Demise of IT Business Analysts

IT departments typically staff themselves with a group of folks known as business analysts.These folks have the responsibility of talking to folks that work in the business and translating their needs into a format that more t ...
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Five Step Illustrated Guide to Setup a Kanban System in an Enterprise Organization

We’ve been through a significant number of Kanban implementations and our approach has largely been based on the approach outlined in David J. Andersons Kanban book. During our travels, we find that we s ...
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Throughput Planning – Why Project Managers Should Like Lean and Agile

Project managers in IT have a tough job. I’ve been there myself, and I have also coached a large number of project managers (PM) throughout my travels consulting for a number of organizations around the world. One of the big ...
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What Scrum, Kanban, RUP, and ITIL All Have In Common (which causes them to fail)

Putting aside the considerable differences in these methods, RUP, CMMI, Scrum, etc are foremost all products, built using a traditional product development approach.This means they have users. Coaches, Managers, Developers, an ...
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