Organizational change is relying more and more on quick decisions, short iterations for delivery of products and services, and Agile transformation methods.
One of the continuing challenges we see with some Scrum teams is a lack of improvement in how they work over time. There are many reasons for this, however continuous improvement is the reason we have a retrospective in Scrum.
Lean thinking and continuous improvement benefit assembly, resulting in triple monthly output of 737s from Boeing’s Washington plant.
Being a leader in a creative agency for a short time spurred my interest in User Interaction design (UX) and Agile. Here are basic solutions that work when people want to do UX and Scrum.
At one point, Six Sigma consultants started to re-brand themselves as Lean Six Sigma consultants. The adoption of Lean onto their business cards was partly a survival strategy in a period where complex problems needed Agile solutions.