According to Taiichi Ohno, something is wrong if workers do not look around each day, find things that are tedious or boring, and then rewrite the procedures. Even last month’s manual should be out of date. One of the famous teaching methods by Taiichi Ohno is the chalk circle. The method itself is simple.… Read More Standing in the Circle
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A while ago I participated in the drafting of a standard for an enterprise set of non-functional requirements for one of my customers. You might wonder how did I get involved in this endeavor.… Read More The three golden rules for formulating quality requirements
Often, I hear people say that agile is the modern way of project delivery. You will hear that agile delivery focusses on value, where waterfall focusses on control and its sequential approach is wasteful by nature. However, is that so?… Read More How to run mixed waterfall and agile projects.