Leading Continuous Improvement in Established Agile Organizations

Many organizations believe they have successfully completed the transition to agile thinking. They follow a standardized "agile" process by rote, and they boast of horrifying process smells, like "We never miss a commitment!" Lost in the flurry of self-congratulation: The notion of continuous improvement. Lean thinking brings new models and analytical tools to the table. In this session we examine conventional agile practices through a lean lens to discover opportunities for improvement (mura, muda, muri) that are hiding within the canonical ceremonies of first-generation agile practice.
Agile 2001 Session
1:30pm-3:00pm. Tuesday, August 9

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Published:
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Author:
Dave Nicolette

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