On this page you can read all testimonials praising the Tame your Work Flow, How Dr. Goldratt of “The Goal” would apply the Theory of Constraints to rethink knowledge-work management book.

The book has been endorsed by Eli Schragenheim (a leading authority on the Theory of Constraints) and Daniel Vacanti (a world class expert on Kanban systems and flow metrics) who both wrote a foreword.

Testimonials have been given by: Daniel Couture, Daniel Gagnon, Johanna Rothman, Corey Ladas, Kurt Häusler, Bob Sproull, Etienne Du Plooy, Wolfram Müller, Dr. Lisa Lang, John Coleman, Al Shalloway, Chris Matts, Troy Magennis, Curtis Hibbs, Robert Newbold, Tom Cagley, Marcus Hammarberg, Clarke Ching, Savio Nevilel Spiteri, Mario Latreille, Hermann Hyytiälä, Sanjeev Gupta, Matthew Croker, Emiliano Sutil, Martin Nantel, Michael Küsters, Jerzy Stawicki, Vasco Duarte, Daniel Hernandez, Stuart Burchill, Christophe Achouiantz, Joseph Hurtado, Minton Brooks, Matt Barcomb, Stefan Willuda.


Al Shalloway says…

Perhaps the best way to describe “Tame your Work Flow” is that I now know I did not understand Dr Eliyahu Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints prior to reading i...

Bob Sproull says…

This is one of the best books I have ever had the privilege of reading and I mean that! Just when I thought that one chapter was the best in the book, the ne...

Chris Matts says…

Buy this book, you will get your investment back from the first chapter alone! The rest is a bonus.

Christophe Achouiantz says…

One of the most thorough and pedagogic introductions to Flow, Flow Efficiency and Theory of Constraints that I’ve had the pleasure to read.

Corey Ladas says…

I applaud the approach of grounding everything thoroughly in the underlying theory. This book has the potential to bootstrap a correct method.

Curtis Hibbs says…

This book provides one of the clearest presentations of the Theory of Constraints and the crucial role it plays in the success of scaled Agile implementations.

Daniel Couture says…

I can only recommend to all C-level executives to take a few hours to read this fantastic book and embrace the challenges that lie ahead with optimism.

Daniel Gagnon says…

Here at last is a higher order of thinking, one that goes beyond the usual how-many-angels-can-dance-on-the-head-of-a-pin type of casuistry and semantic diff...

Daniel Hernández says…

“Tame your Work Flow” represents the first and only holistic attempt to gear knowledge-work organizations to high performance.

Daniel S. Vacanti wrote a foreword…

Flow is unintuitive; much of what is talked about in the Lean-Agile circles concerning flow is simply wrong. These reasons are why this book is such a critic...

Eli Schragenheim wrote a foreword…

TameFlow offers a combined approach of the Theory of Constraints (TOC) and the Kanban Method, and it challenges the mental models of the reader along the way...

Emiliano Sutil says…

This book - Tame your Work Flow - is one of those books that have the characteristics of what I consider as the original Agile Revolution: Question preconcei...

Etienne du Plooy says…

My biggest takeaway from this book is how to stay focused in PEST environments with TameFlow’s Throughput Accounting measurements.

Hermanni Hyytiälä says…

I think this book is what we really need after Agile, TOC and Kanban to improve the effectiveness of knowledge-work in our organisations.

Ian Heptinstall says…

It isn’t motherhood and apple pie, it really gets into the details of how to maximise the flow of work through your team… Whether you manage a small design f...

Jerzy Stawicki says…

A fascinating book, clearly written, which you read almost as Raymond Chandler’s hard-boiled detective novel.

Johanna Rothman says…

If you’re trying to create an agile culture, do yourself a favor and read “Tame your Work Flow.”

John Coleman says…

TameFlow is Kanban for grown-ups, for teams, for teams of teams, for organizations.

Joseph Hurtado says…

“Tame your Work Flow” is an unusual book, it manages to push the borders of Kanban towards the world of business-wide improvements, inspired by Goldratt’s Th...

Kees Vermeulen says…

The TameFlow Approach represents the missing link, capable of augmenting existing approaches like Agile, Lean, SAFe, TOC and Kanban, since these approaches a...

Kurt Häusler says…

Like Reinertsen’s “Flow,” this book is densely packed without much padding. Highlights include the chapters on Throughput Accounting and the actionable patte...

Marcus Hammarberg says…

I particularly like the ideas about optimizing/improving wait time rather than the working time. Much easier! And cheaper. And a better effect.

Matt Barcomb says…

Honestly, this book surprised me. Why? Because I’ve been reading books about and consulting on Flow, Lean, Systems, Kanban, etc. for over 10 years so I didn’...

Matthew Croker says…

The book has thrown open the doors of my imagination on the possible applications of the Theory of Constraints through the TameFlow Approach.

Michael Küsters says…

This book provides a clear way to break past the flawed assumptions and mental barriers inherent to many of today’s “Agile” framework implementations.

Minton Brooks says…

The Tameflow Approach brings accelerated and dramatic enterprise business improvements. It is not yet broadly used in the industry, but it deserves to be for...

Russell Eirich says…

I am loving this book. It is pretty big. But I have to admit, it is great and each and every page is highlight worthy.

Sanjeev Gupta says…

This is a serious book, for organizations and managers serious about improving their software delivery or DevOps processes. Not an easy read, but so what!

Savio Neville Spiteri says…

Make no mistake - this is not an easy read, but one well worth your attention if you really intend to succeed in any change initiative you are about to embar...

Stuart Burchill says…

Along comes TameFlow - an evidence-based, light-touch, laser-precision approach able to both diagnose and cure organizational illnesses… The beauty is that ...

Tom Cagley says…

“Tame your Work Flow” is a book that is on my must own, must read and must carry when helping clients improve value delivery.

Troy Magennis says…

Filled with actual techniques to observe and improve the economics of delivery, this book is essential to making the right decisions about flow and improveme...

Vasco Duarte says…

This book goes into the nitty gritty of what Flow is and why it provides (when improved) massive Business Value!

Wolfram Müller says…

This is not a book – this is a firework of breakthrough ideas! I tried counting them, and found on average two worthy ideas per page. For every page of the w...