TameFlow Insights: Cost of Delay (CoD) Improved via Theory of Constraints (TOC)
The notion of Cost of Delay is being adopted ever more frequently as means of making better prioritization and/or business decisions based on economic value....
The notion of Cost of Delay is being adopted ever more frequently as means of making better prioritization and/or business decisions based on economic value....
The Buffer Fever Chart is a tool that is used extensively in TameFlow and in Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) used in the Theory of Constraints. For ...
A pattern language is effectively constructed when the confidence of the collected patterns is assessed, and especially when interrelated patterns are cross-...
A pattern is not an invention; it is an uncovered solution, that has been observed to work for some time, in a variety of situations. Patterns are the result...
Our capability of thinking and our ways of “perceiving, categorizing and making meaning in the world” are shaped by the language that we use [BORODITSKY-2011...
Patterns and pattern languages have been used successfully in numerous fields. For example, in addition to architecture and software engineering that have al...
During the past 40-60 years, the fast-paced progress of information technology has propelled most advanced countries towards an information-based, networked ...
Patterns are prescientific. They are not derived from first principles as scientific theory, but from empirical observations. They can provide a phenomenolog...
Alexandrian Patterns
PopcornFlow is an inspiring way to create validated learning through continuous experimentation created by Claudio Perrone. It can also be applied successful...
This is the final post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous installments we have summarized...
This is the tenth episode examining Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. Previously we discovered the following p...
This is the ninth episode examining Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. Previously we discovered the following p...
Welcome to the eighth installment about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous post on Scatterplots...
Here is the seventh post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous installment we got to know Da...
This is the sixth post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous post we learned about Conservat...
This is the fifth post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. In the previous ...
This is the fourth post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. The most intere...
This is the third post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. So far, the key ...
This is the second installment of my review of Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. At the end of the first chapt...
Dan Vacanti, well known in the Kanban community, has just published the book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. This is an amazing...
In earlier posts (Virtues of Minimum Marketable Releases and Kanban Improved via Theory of Constraints) we’ve seen the rationale for using Minimum Marketable...
In an earlier post, Buffer Management and Risk Management in the Theory of Constraints, the ideas of buffer management was introduced. In particular, we saw ...
One of the practices used in TameFlow Kanban is that of identifying the constraint in the work process, by looking for the work state that takes the largest ...
In the earlier posts I have listed a number of positives and negatives about the Kanban Method’s use of WIP limits on columns (work-states). Naturally the qu...
Using column WIP limits…
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The breakage of column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits provide…
Column WIP limits generate new…
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+Mike Burrows posting on the kanbandev list had this to say commenting about TameFlow:
In Tame the Flow one of my primary concerns is about gaining better control of how work flows through a process. Naturally, it is desirable to have as stable...
TameFlow is based on organizational design patterns; but what is the meaning of “pattern?”
At the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference I gave a talk entitled Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints, proposing how one can...
This is the fifth and last post in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban v...
This is the fourth post in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the T...
This is the third post in preparation for my presentation about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints at the forthcoming Lean Kanb...
This is the second post in a series in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanb...
On October 26, 2012, I will deliver a presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of...
In this post we will introduce the Theory of Constraints (TOC) and start looking at how it can be applied to software engineering management. TOC is most wel...
In the earlier post Function Points Are Fantasy Points I showed how Function Points have a number of problems, especially when trying to estimate, or when tr...
Using column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
The breakage of column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits provide…
Column WIP limits generate new…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
+Mike Burrows posting on the kanbandev list had this to say commenting about TameFlow:
At the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference I gave a talk entitled Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints, proposing how one can...
This is the fifth and last post in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban v...
This is the fourth post in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the T...
This is the third post in preparation for my presentation about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints at the forthcoming Lean Kanb...
This is the second post in a series in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanb...
On October 26, 2012, I will deliver a presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of...
A pattern language is effectively constructed when the confidence of the collected patterns is assessed, and especially when interrelated patterns are cross-...
A pattern is not an invention; it is an uncovered solution, that has been observed to work for some time, in a variety of situations. Patterns are the result...
Our capability of thinking and our ways of “perceiving, categorizing and making meaning in the world” are shaped by the language that we use [BORODITSKY-2011...
Patterns and pattern languages have been used successfully in numerous fields. For example, in addition to architecture and software engineering that have al...
During the past 40-60 years, the fast-paced progress of information technology has propelled most advanced countries towards an information-based, networked ...
Patterns are prescientific. They are not derived from first principles as scientific theory, but from empirical observations. They can provide a phenomenolog...
Alexandrian Patterns
This is the final post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous installments we have summarized...
Welcome to the eighth installment about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous post on Scatterplots...
Here is the seventh post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous installment we got to know Da...
This is the fifth post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. In the previous ...
This is the fourth post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. The most intere...
This is the third post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. So far, the key ...
This is the second installment of my review of Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. At the end of the first chapt...
Dan Vacanti, well known in the Kanban community, has just published the book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. This is an amazing...
In earlier posts (Virtues of Minimum Marketable Releases and Kanban Improved via Theory of Constraints) we’ve seen the rationale for using Minimum Marketable...
In an earlier post, Buffer Management and Risk Management in the Theory of Constraints, the ideas of buffer management was introduced. In particular, we saw ...
In the earlier posts I have listed a number of positives and negatives about the Kanban Method’s use of WIP limits on columns (work-states). Naturally the qu...
Column WIP limits generate new…
+Mike Burrows posting on the kanbandev list had this to say commenting about TameFlow:
TameFlow is based on organizational design patterns; but what is the meaning of “pattern?”
In the earlier post Function Points Are Fantasy Points I showed how Function Points have a number of problems, especially when trying to estimate, or when tr...
In the earlier posts I have listed a number of positives and negatives about the Kanban Method’s use of WIP limits on columns (work-states). Naturally the qu...
Using column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
The breakage of column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits provide…
Column WIP limits generate new…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
Column WIP limits…
The notion of Cost of Delay is being adopted ever more frequently as means of making better prioritization and/or business decisions based on economic value....
The Buffer Fever Chart is a tool that is used extensively in TameFlow and in Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) used in the Theory of Constraints. For ...
PopcornFlow is an inspiring way to create validated learning through continuous experimentation created by Claudio Perrone. It can also be applied successful...
In an earlier post, Buffer Management and Risk Management in the Theory of Constraints, the ideas of buffer management was introduced. In particular, we saw ...
One of the practices used in TameFlow Kanban is that of identifying the constraint in the work process, by looking for the work state that takes the largest ...
In Tame the Flow one of my primary concerns is about gaining better control of how work flows through a process. Naturally, it is desirable to have as stable...
At the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference I gave a talk entitled Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints, proposing how one can...
This is the fifth and last post in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban v...
This is the fourth post in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the T...
This is the third post in preparation for my presentation about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints at the forthcoming Lean Kanb...
This is the second post in a series in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanb...
On October 26, 2012, I will deliver a presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of...
In this post we will introduce the Theory of Constraints (TOC) and start looking at how it can be applied to software engineering management. TOC is most wel...
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This is the final post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous installments we have summarized...
This is the tenth episode examining Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. Previously we discovered the following p...
This is the ninth episode examining Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. Previously we discovered the following p...
Welcome to the eighth installment about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous post on Scatterplots...
Here is the seventh post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous installment we got to know Da...
This is the sixth post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous post we learned about Conservat...
This is the fifth post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. In the previous ...
This is the fourth post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. The most intere...
This is the third post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction and how it relates to TameFlow. So far, the key ...
This is the second installment of my review of Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. At the end of the first chapt...
Dan Vacanti, well known in the Kanban community, has just published the book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. This is an amazing...
Tom Cagley interviews Steve Tendon
Tom Cagley interviews Steve Tendon
Tom Cagley interviews Steve Tendon
Tom Cagley interviews Steve Tendon
Tom Cagley interviews Steve Tendon
Tom Cagley interviews Steve Tendon
Tom Cagley interviews Steve Tendon
Tom Cagley interviews Steve Tendon
The Buffer Fever Chart is a tool that is used extensively in TameFlow and in Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) used in the Theory of Constraints. For ...
In earlier posts (Virtues of Minimum Marketable Releases and Kanban Improved via Theory of Constraints) we’ve seen the rationale for using Minimum Marketable...
In an earlier post, Buffer Management and Risk Management in the Theory of Constraints, the ideas of buffer management was introduced. In particular, we saw ...
In Tame the Flow one of my primary concerns is about gaining better control of how work flows through a process. Naturally, it is desirable to have as stable...
This is the second post in a series in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanb...
The notion of Cost of Delay is being adopted ever more frequently as means of making better prioritization and/or business decisions based on economic value....
This is the ninth episode examining Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. Previously we discovered the following p...
This is the second installment of my review of Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. At the end of the first chapt...
In this post we will introduce the Theory of Constraints (TOC) and start looking at how it can be applied to software engineering management. TOC is most wel...
At the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference I gave a talk entitled Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints, proposing how one can...
This is the third post in preparation for my presentation about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints at the forthcoming Lean Kanb...
PopcornFlow is an inspiring way to create validated learning through continuous experimentation created by Claudio Perrone. It can also be applied successful...
John Coleman interviews Steve Tendon