Just heard this quote on a webinar today about Lean and Theory of Constraints. I found it fascinating and challenging. Tell me your thoughts in the comments: “Kanban is an admission of failure to achieve one-piece flow”
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The Mechanics of Flow: You don’t have to be the fastest to beat the fastest.
In the past year I watched the Amazon series Patriot. From a plot perspective, the show is about an American agent who takes on a “non-official cover” with a pipe company to prevent a nuclear threat. At a deeper level, the show is about the complications of flow, mentioned several times as the simplicity of …
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One theme on my mind right now is the proper expression and treatment of “Pain” as a core part of Scrum Agile working as intended. Schwaber and Sutherland said they promise one thing only from Scrum, everything else is a nice side benefit. Scrum will show you all of your problems. In order for that …