Material concern is not only inherent to the manufacturing industry. Of course, it is much easier to understand it as it is tangible. This does not mean it is not complex. Take a bicycle, a computer or any manufactured good, you can easily visualise some of their components, but you most probably don't have a … Continue reading The real importance of material and how it flows
During the retrospective of an agile team using a Kanban board in the Lean sense (read the article Kanban, may force be with you!), its members looked at the pieces made (delivered) in relation to those to be produced (the Kanban cards present in the backlog) in the sprint. First, look in the red bins … Continue reading Improve the Kanban of adjust the DoD?
In this article (https://planet-lean.com/lean-digital-obeya/), Thomas Deligny explained how the creation of an Obeya helped an international insurance company boost collaboration among functions and accelerate the delivery of an important IT project.Read on on Planet-Lean.com
In 2007, when Operae sponsored the 1st "Agile France" conference, developers of that distant era were wondering whether agile was, at bottom, nothing more than lean management applied to the software world. Let's not create suspense: the answer is definitely no and many companies can testify to this. This article aims to explain how the two … Continue reading Agile and Lean -a true duo
Depending on their job, some teams must adapt every day according to incoming flows, daily events and scheduled absences. It’s common to see a manager assigning tasks to his subordinates based on context and a goal known only to himself (after all, he knows better than anyone else...). Not so often we can observe a … Continue reading Visual Management boosts self-organization