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  • Web, Mobile Application and Process Improvement Tools

    Explore the world of business process improvement tools at www.bonplc.com    We also render web and mobile application services. Take a look at www.bongroup.org and www.b-on.in 

    Tags: Business Process Improvement, Lean, Six Sigma, Agile, Mobile App, Android, iOS, Operational Excellence, Web Application, CRM, HR Platform


  • AIIM Insights - The Agile Enterprise: A Welcome Change

    Accelerating the enterprise through automation, technology, and change management is necessary in order to keep pace with the changing business and technology landscapes, as well as stay ahead of the competition. Technology changes fast, the market is difficult to predict, and solutions that work...

    Tags: PEX Network, Agile, agile model, lean manufacturing

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  • Lean and Agile: Finding a Role for Your Leadership in Your Transformation Model

    "Lean and Agile are two of the most commonly discussed (and hotly debated) principles for managing a business, particularly when there’s a transformation underway," writes Bruno Guicardi. "While there are many similarities between the two, leaders need a clear understanding of how and when ...

    Tags: lean transformation, Agile

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  • A Guide to Scrum and CMMI®: Improving Agile Performance with CMMI

    SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATIONS NEED BOTH AGILITY AND STABILITYA Guide to Scrum and CMMI: Improving Agile Performance with Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) provides you with a roadmap to successfully adopt and implement CMMI and agile together. Agile organizations struggling with issues...

    Tags: Scrum, Agile, CMMI

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  • What is a Kanban Retrospective

    What is a Kanban Retrospective Since the time the concept of Kanban started on Toyota’s factory floor, it has been evolving. Kanban has proven to be a set of ideas, if not a complete methodology that can be implemented successfully in a wide variety of industries and applications. One indus...

    Tags: Kanban, Lean Manufacturing, The Lean Startup, Agile, kanban, kanban boards, kanban implementation, kanban pull system, kanban retrospectives, management methodology, scheduled retrospectives

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  • Status tags revisited

      Status tags are my preferred approach to visually attaching state metadata to work items. In plain english, what this means is that if you have a task, represented for example by a standard size Post-it, you would add a physical tag, represented by a smaller colored Post-it, to indicate ...

    Tags: Visual management, agile, elements, Kanban, Scrum, Task boards

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  • Agile 2009 Chicago

    The flagship conference of the Agile community has come and gone. I had a great time and I’d like to post a short account of my trip with some pictures. I will later follow up with a post specifically on my Visual Management session. We arrived with Joke a couple of days early in order to ...

    Tags: Agile Software Development, agile, agile 2009, chicago, conference, gordon pask, programming with the stars

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  • Agile at Orange France

    Koen Vermeulen is CIO at Orange France, and awarded CIO of the year in 2015. He kindly accepted to answer a few questions related to the implemnation of Agile methodology, and how it brings a brand new spirit for innovation projects. Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcel...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Digital, Leadership, Processes & Tools, Profiles of Innovators, Technology, collaboration, agile, Agile Approach, brand, Innovation Teams, IT

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  • Traditional vs Agile Project Management for Innovators

    Which is the superior approach to project management, Waterfall or Agile? After talking with an expert on project management, I learned that’s not the right question. Instead, we should ask... Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/07/12/tradition...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Build Capability, Management, Processes & Tools, agile, Product Management, Project management

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  • Making Release Frictionless, a Business Decision, Part 2

    In Part 1, I talked about small stories/chunks of work, checking in all the time so you could build often and see progress. That assumes you know what done means. Project “done” means release criteria. Here are some stories about how I started using release criteria. Back in the ...

    Tags: MPD, project management, agile, continuous integration, lean, small stories, transition to agile, value, version control

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