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Being lean is reducing waste. Waste in software is mostly caused by code. Value less, change adverse code that plagues our systems.
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L'agilité est-elle à la portée des entreprises françaises ?

L'agilité est-elle à la portée des entreprises françaises ? | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Le principe d'agilité, jusque là réservé aux organismes vivants tels les hommes, est-il concrètement applicable à l'entreprise ?

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Philippe Olivier Clement's curator insight, April 16, 2013 8:21 AM

Il est des situations économiques où une prise de décision rapide est décisive pour la (sur)vie de l'entreprise. Il est aussi des situations où la réflexion sur son mode de fonctionnement, sur sa capacité à appréhender son environnement, ou à s'adapter rapidement, peut être tout aussi déterminant.

Drone Valley's comment, April 17, 2013 5:01 AM
L'entreprise sans niveaux décisionnaires imposants est à même de réagir promptement. Je plaide pour un tissus économique de petites structures qui s'adaptent très rapidement aux marchés et, surtout aux résultats de leur veille stratégique à savoir: leur clientèles ! Les grosses structures ont cette tare de devoir organiser des réunions entre les grands décideurs et doivent compenser par une prédiction du marché avec toute l'insécurité de "rester dans le coup".
Pascale Mousset's comment, April 17, 2013 5:36 AM
En effet la France a du boulot ...pour moi l' entreprise gagnante et performante serait : une entreprise avec des équipes a dimension humaine ( +/- 15 pers) definir le perimetre d'autonomie decisionnelle des équipes, outils collaboratifs, leadership des responsables ...le 1er acte de management est le recrutement. Les nouveaux doivent etre recrutés autant sur leur Savoir Etre que sur leur Savoir Faire,une belle adaptabilité intellectuelle, savoir renoncé pour mieux bifurquer et gagner .... Rien n est acquis ! ;) ah j oubliais le dirigeant doit avoir la Vista, cad etre visionnaire et toujours avoir minimum 3 coups d avances comme aux échecs ... Quitte a surprendre et a etre decalé. Les meilleures stratégies sont celles auxquelles l on ne s' attend pas.
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How to create beautiful loading animations using only CSS3 | Developer Drive

How to create beautiful loading animations using only CSS3 | Developer Drive | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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The Big List of Agile Practices | Agile Zone

The Big List of Agile Practices | Agile Zone | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Curator's Note: Jurgen Appelo recently listed some of his best blog posts over the long history of his outstanding Agile blog, which DZone is honored to...

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Why Management Is Broken - And Why It Matters - Forbes

Why Management Is Broken - And Why It Matters - Forbes | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
"Being managed" is - generally - no fun. You can make it better.
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The Lean Startup: la méthodologie pour créer un business à succès | Road To Entrepreneur

The Lean Startup: la méthodologie pour créer un business à succès | Road To Entrepreneur | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it

Bien que son nom mentionne « startup », ce livre s’adresse à tous les entrepreneurs ET tous ceux qui souhaitent démarrer un business (sur Internet ou pas). Il donne une méthodologie claire sur comment développer et adapter un business dans des conditions d’extrêmes incertitudes.

Pour ceux qui ont l’esprit affûté, au cours de votre lecture vous comprendrez que c’est LA méthode utilisée par TOUS  les blogueurs et entrepreneurs du web à succès pour créer leurs produits. Ce n’est pas pour rien que ce sont des Entrepreneurs malins


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Architecture Organisationnelle: Organisations, Excellence et Management

Architecture Organisationnelle: Organisations, Excellence et Management | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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Contrary to popular mythology, the thing that most impedes innovation in large companies is not a lack of risk taking. Big companies take big, and often imprudent, risks every day. The real brake on innovation is the drag of old mental models. Long-serving executives often have a big chunk of their emotional capital invested in the existing strategy.

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FAQ : Differences between Lean and Six Sigma | Lean Applied Blog

Enough about similarities, now what makes Lean and Six Sigma different?The biggest different is their FOCUS. Below is a simple yet comprehensive definition of Lean and Six Sigma and its highlight their differences.

LEAN focus on SPEED by Eliminating Waste and Improve Process Flow
SIX SIGMA focus on QUALITY by Reducing Variation


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Lean LEGO – The red brick cancer

Lean LEGO – The red brick cancer | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Let me tell you two short stories of two Swedish women in their thirties. We will follow them both through their interaction with the Swedish healthcare system. We will start with Maria. Required w...

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The Lean LaunchPad Startup Manual

The Lean LaunchPad Startup Manual | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it

How do you create a company? In my experience there are two types of approaches. Some dive in and damn the torpedoes. Others prepare and think. There is no right answer. If you fit into the second group then here is some good source material. I fit into the first group, but some of these chapters would have helped along the long strange journey a startup can be.


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Lean Management - Get Lean in 90 Seconds

Learn about Lean Management Principles and how they can help your company eliminate waste and create value for your customers. Four Principles - The Lean Man...

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Deming’s 14 Points

Deming’s 14 Points | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
W. Edwards Deming’s 14 points are the basis for transformation of industry. Adoption and action on the 14 points are a signal that the management intend to stay in business. aim to protect in...
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5 Developer Lessons from Tom Kosnik - Microsoft Tech Student - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

5 Developer Lessons from Tom Kosnik - Microsoft Tech Student - Site Home - MSDN Blogs | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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HTML KickStart - Ultra–Lean HTML Building Blocks for Rapid Website Production - KickStart your Website Production

HTML KickStart is a ultra–lean set of HTML5, CSS, and jQuery (javascript) files, layouts, and elements designed to give you a headstart and save you a lot of hours on your next web project.
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The 9 most popular arguments for targets deconstructed

The 9 most popular arguments for targets deconstructed | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Okay, so we know targets are bad Hundreds of researchers, academics, psychologists, managers, bloggers,  statisticians and authors have written about the damage caused by targets. It isn't an abstr...
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onCommit's curator insight, February 18, 2013 7:22 PM

It's a losing battle but I keep fighting it anyway.

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Approaching Change

Approaching Change | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Approaching Change It can seem like there are almost as many options for approaching major organisational change (a.k.a. non-trivial Rightshifting) as there are organisations looking to change. Ind...
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Architecture Organisationnelle: Règles simples et situations complexes

Architecture Organisationnelle: Règles simples et situations complexes | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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We Love Lean by Spook Studio - Learn how to launch and grow a startup using lean principles

We Love Lean by Spook Studio - Learn how to launch and grow a startup using lean principles | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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Agile is Wrong for UX

Agile is Wrong for UX | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it

When something is wrong, it deviates from truth or fact.

 

And I can say, with more confidence than ever, that traditional Agile software development methodologies (i.e. Scrum) are wrong for UX.

 

In order to prove my case, I want to take you back to the inception of Agile (as I have read and experienced it) and its related software development methodologies.

 

Along the way, we’ll point out the reasons these methodologies are incompatible with the field of User Experience Design.


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Startup Transition Cycle

Analysis of the various states that your idea will go through and how to make it all the way through the cycle (RT @andrewchen: Startup Transition Cycle http://t.co/iBKon1Ba #lean...)...

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Citation du Dimanche – Fujio Cho

Citation du Dimanche – Fujio Cho | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
“We get brilliant results from average people managing brilliant systems. Our competitors get average results from brilliant people working around broken systems.” “Nous obtenons d’...
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