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  • Communication Needs Feedback

    Building a culture for your Lean processes to thrive on can be very difficult without the right tools and skills within the population of your facility. Lean is no different than safety or any other process your organization implements, it takes a culture that believes and thrives on the ideas yo...

    Tags: kaizen, lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, Blog, Featured, Kaizen Philosophy, conversation, feedback

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  • Business Transformation Is All About Feedback

      The purpose of a business is to create customers.Sharper performance results in more and happier customersThus… we aim to optimize performance, hence the business term: Performance Management. Sounds simple, but of course it isn’t. Humans have a lust for control and have dev...

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  • The Feedback

    What is the feedback ? It is the process in which the effect or output of an action is 'returned' (fed-back) to modify the next action. In an organizational context, feedback is the information sent to an entity (individual or a group) about its prior behavior so that the entity may adjust its c...

    Tags: feedback, teamwork, leadership

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  • Alternatives for Agile and Lean Roadmapping: Part 4, Resilience, Prediction, & Feedback

    One of my clients was trying—valiantly—to make their quarterly planning sessions work. They prepared, getting the big hotel room. They had plenty of supplies. The planning even went well. However, within two weeks, their plan had no relation to reality. That meant that for the next t...

    Tags: MPD, product ownership, agile, agile program management, agile roadmap, discovery, estimation, feature set, feedback, flow, lean, rolling wave planning, value

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  • Alternatives for Agile and Lean Roadmapping: Part 5, the Product Value Team

    If you need to plan more often than once a quarter, how do you know how to replan? Instead of incurring the time and cost when you bring everyone together,  consider the Product Value Team. (In past writing and presentations, I’ve called this the Product Owner Value Team. I am trying t...

    Tags: MPD, product ownership, agile, agile program management, agile roadmap, discovery, estimation, feature set, feedback, flow, lean, product value team, rolling wave planning, value

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  • Alternatives for Agile and Lean Roadmapping: Part 7, Summary

    Let me summarize what I’ve been talking about in these posts. The problem I’m seeing is that too many teams and organizations plan too much in too much detail too soon. Instead of architectural BDUF (Big Design Up Front), it’s project planning as BDUF. They expect one single per...

    Tags: MPD, product ownership, agile, agile program management, agile roadmap, BDUF, discovery, estimation, feature set, feedback, flow, lean, product value team, rolling wave planning, scaling agile, value

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  • Don’t ‘Take note of my feedback’ Act on it!

      A little while ago, James Robbins, now Group CIO at Drax Group, said to me: ’John, I enjoy reading your blogs but does nothing good ever happen in your world?’ Well of course it does but in general those good things are less interesting to write and read about. A headline read...

    Tags: feedback, Feedback Wraps

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  • The Stories We Tell About Ourselves – Narrative and Trust

    There’s a lot of talk about narrative these days. In fact, we all tell stories all the time – from what we communicate to customers about our brand, goods and services to the voice inside our head that is constantly “telling” us who we are (hopefully, not too many voices a...

    Tags: Systems Thinking, systems view of the world, feedback, marketing, narrative, statistical process control, trust

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  • Communication Needs Feedback

    Building a culture for your Lean processes to thrive on can be very difficult without the right tools and skills within the population of your facility. Lean is no different than safety or any other process your organization implements, it takes a culture that believes and thrives on the ideas yo...

    Tags: kaizen, lean manufacturing, continuous improvement, Blog, Featured, Kaizen Philosophy, conversation, feedback

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  • Creating Agile HR, Part 7: Agile Feedback and Coaching

    What can we make more “agile” in HR? Aside from an agile approach to recruiting and hiring, we can make feedback and coaching much more iterative and incremental. Add in collaborative feedback and coaching, and appreciations, and it starts to look like an agile approach to “mana...

    Tags: agile, MPD, agile HR, agile management, Behind Closed Doors, career ladder, coaching, feedback, one-on-one, salary, salary negotiation, teams, value

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