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The Agile Manifesto from a Lean Perspective

Scrum.org

The result of this buzz session was, of course, the Agile ‘Software Development’ Manifesto. Yet as we have subsequently discovered, agility meant -- or came to mean -- something different to each of them. Yet as we have subsequently discovered, agility meant -- or came to mean -- something different to each of them.

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Beyond Agile Gratitude #2 - Lean Thinking and the Kanban Method

Leading Answers

Now that my Beyond Agile book has been published, I would like to thank people who helped shape its content and ideas. David Anderson has done much to popularize and explain lean and the Theory of Constraints thinking. Agile teams often use kanban boards to visualize their work. Ask How can we meet and exceed customer goals?

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The Uncomfortable Truth of Scaling ‘Agile’

Scrum.org

TL; DR: The Uncomfortable Truth of Scaling Agile Agile transformations, scaling Agile from a team level to the whole organization, are more than implementing frameworks like SAFe®. You can sign up here for the ‘Food for Agile Thought’ newsletter and join 47,000-plus subscribers. ? ??

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Lean and Agile: A Comprehensive Comparison

Wrike

In the realm of project management methodologies, Lean and Agile have emerged as powerful approaches that support organizations in achieving efficiency and delivering high-quality products and services. Understanding the nuances of Lean and Agile is crucial for project managers and teams seeking to optimize their processes.

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The Power of Agile in Addressing Global Challenges

Scrum.org

Joanne Perold emphasises the importance of understanding the global challenges we face and how agile principles can be applied to address them. She highlights the significance of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how they serve as a roadmap for global betterment. Watch the full video. Enjoy this video?

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Streamlining Success: Lean Principles in Project Management

MPUG

First, our last article touched on waste in the context of lean. Second, I am the father of a recent engineering graduate who is now working as an engineer, and part of the onboarding was a class on lean. This is where Lean principles come into play. This is not sustainable and is an example of overburden.

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Troubleshooting in Lean-Agile Development

MPUG

Many project managers utilize a Lean-Agile approach when there is high change or churn in project requirements, significant lack of clarity in scope, high complexity to their projects, and/or a larger number of risks associated with such. Two Lean-Agile Types. Iteration-based Lean-Agile. Flow-based.

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