A huge team effort at the end of the sprint was the only reason we finished our user stories just in time for demo, but the hurry was at the expense of quality. By introducing WIP limits, the team effort was more evenly distributed over time – and the quality improved.
- RT @ourfounder: Be an honest manager. If you say one thing and do another your staff will disengage quickly. Make theory match reality. #ag… - posted on 09/04/2014 09:00
- Benefits of the pre-queue, by @klausleopold #Kanban http://t.co/ASizdjqTkL - posted on 01/04/2014 17:58
- Great post on Cumulative Flow Diagram by @pawelbrodzinski. It sums up my experiences, and yet some. Read it. #kanban http://t.co/eSezLSMqMu - posted on 25/03/2014 18:54
- I morgen kl 8 er det dags for #leancoffeeoslo. Sees vi på Stockfleths? http://t.co/9Siwk59GIS - posted on 22/01/2014 10:43
- RT @pawelbrodzinski: Published: Portfolio Management: The Search for Value http://t.co/JiZHojRrzB This is one of stepping stones of my Por… - posted on 17/12/2013 23:39
- Why People Don’t Learn http://t.co/BVGiLfIOK3 (@pawelbrodzinski) - posted on 03/12/2013 13:06
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- The Impediments Game
- Experimenting with Daily Standups
- How To Read a Cumulative Flow Diagram
- Running a Lean Coffee
- Facilitating An OpenSpace Conference
- Blocked tickets: WIP or not?
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