List/Grid Tag Archives: Lean

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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 ...
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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 ...
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Predictability – Making Promises you can Keep

Speed – being first to market, rapid innovation and conducting fast cheap experiments – is critically important to startups and many high tech firms. This is where Lean Startup ...
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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 ...
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Sooner or Later: Deliver Early or Minimize Waste

There’s an obvious but important tension in Lean/Agile development around when to make decisions. Between the fundamental Agile position that we should do the most important and most ...
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Lean IT fundamentals & principles

The roots of Lean IT are – as the name suggests – in Lean Management. The basic principles of Lean Management had been developed in Toyota’s Production System, that ...
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Infrastructure, Technical Debt, and Automated Test Framework

I’ve had several conversations in email and with clients recently that have all been about this question: “What do we do about our infrastructure?” Either the project or the program ...
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