Tag Archives: Kanban

Reflections on LSSC Conference 2011 – Long Beach, CA

The LSSC continues to be a very open and passionate group about educating folks about Lean principles and practices and Kanban.  I find this group to have many more folks that think in terms of Adaptive Systems Thinking and taking an inter-disciplinary approach when approaching software and systems development than in the purist Agile Communities. Quite […]

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Observations for 2011 – The Year of Trust in Agile Organizations

If Agile is to continue to scale in organizations, I see this at being the year of organizational leadership needing to internalize what Agile means in terms of change in their organizations. They need to internalize and act upon the importance of “trust” in driving change and pushing decision making down into organizations, a key […]

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Chambering The Next ‘Silver Bullet’

In he Spring I attended Lean 2010 in Atlanta, GA, April 21-23, 2010. I ‘learned’ something that I didn’t know before… basically that Scrum / Agile is broken and Kanban software development is the answer. I heard two presenters at the conference giving experience reports that distinguished Kanban as being separate from Agile development approaches.   When […]

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Lean-Agile Leadership - Exploring the Creation of Fertile Environments and Culture for Lean-Agile Software Development

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Lean-Agile Leadership - Exploring the Creation of Fertile Environments and Culture for Lean-Agile Software Development

The Agile Horizon

Lean-Agile Leadership - Exploring the Creation of Fertile Environments and Culture for Lean-Agile Software Development