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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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Lean IT Summit – Entretien avec Yves Caseau

Lean IT Summit – Entretien avec Yves Caseau | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Yves Caseau est Executive Vice President en charge des Technologies, des Services et de l'Innovation à Bouygues Telecom. Il a longtemps été l'Executive Sponsor des projets Lean Management et Ent...
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Retour sur le Lean Startup Day

Le 20 mai dernier, nous avons participé à la journée BizSpark sur le Lean Startup, l’occasion pour nous de présenter 2 sessions sur le sujet. Plus de 200 participants, des rencontres, des échanges constructifs sur le sujet.
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Twitter / Alan Shalloway: agile is not the goal. it ...

agile is not the goal. it is the means of delighting the customer! #sgsea denning (thank you:) )May 17 via TweetDeck

agile is not the goal. it is the means of delighting the customer!
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Michael Feathers: The Carrying-Cost of Code: Taking Lean Seriously

Michael Feathers: The Carrying-Cost of Code: Taking Lean Seriously | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
I've spent the past 8 years or so looking at ugly code. This isn't uncommon in software development but in my case, I've been looking at different ugly code developed by different teams every couple of weeks.
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Management Training Videos and Resources for Continuous Improvement, Higher Quality, Improved Profitability and Leadership incorporating the principles of Dr. W. Edwards Deming - ManagementWisdom.com

Management Training Videos and Resources for Continuous Improvement, Higher Quality, Improved Profitability and Leadership incorporating the principles of Dr. W. Edwards Deming - ManagementWisdom.com | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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WHAT…The Product Owner ISN’T The Customer « Home Of The Kanban Jedi

WHAT…The Product Owner ISN’T The Customer « Home Of The Kanban Jedi | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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LeadingAnswers: Leadership and Agile Project Management Blog: Periodic Table of Agile Adoption

LeadingAnswers: Leadership and Agile Project Management Blog: Periodic Table of Agile Adoption | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
I created the following fun periodic table of agile adoption to explain some of the ranges of adoption, adaptation and blending that we see in the workplace.
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Fatboy In A Lean World | O'Reilly GMT

Fatboy In A Lean World | O'Reilly GMT | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Overview This is the first of three blog posts about lean software development. Most material on the subject focuses on the what and the how � wha... (RT @ericnsantos: The Whys of Lean Software Development: http://bit.ly/fH5Gjc)
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The Origins of the Marshall Model

The Origins of the Marshall Model | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Recent blog post: The Origins of the Marshall Model (via Amplify) http://amplify.com/u/bwjd6
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The “To Do Less” List | Jim Highsmith

The “To Do Less” List | Jim Highsmith | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
The "To Do Less" List, http://bit.ly/iz08Pw.
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The Illusion of Control - Agile Management | NOOP.NL

The Illusion of Control - Agile Management | NOOP.NL | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Control is an illusion. Do you think you’re in control of yourself? Hah! Think again. Your eyes capture only a tiny percentage of what happens around you. Your memories are largely just a figment of your imagination.
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If management stopped demotivating their employees… — Lean Blog

If management stopped demotivating their employees… — Lean Blog | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Blog post followup on "If management stopped demotivating their employees..." quote http://t.co/Y7iW8CX #Deming...
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How to succeed in business by doing nothing

How to succeed in business by doing nothing | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
How should you react to the ups and downs of business life? Often, you shouldn't, says Michael Blastland in this regular column. (Sometimes the best thing you can do is . . .
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InfoQ: Lean and Agile: Marriage Made in Heaven or Oxymoron?

InfoQ: Lean and Agile: Marriage Made in Heaven or Oxymoron? | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Scrum and agile methods promote the establishment of a product backlog. Some leaders of the Lean community feel that the product backlog is "waste.
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Scope Issues in an Agile Project | Jim Highsmith

Scope Issues in an Agile Project | Jim Highsmith | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
New blog: Scope Issues in an Agile project, http://bit.ly/gKC0lE.
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Beyond Agile | OnStrategies Perspectives

And now for something completely different. This week, we offer a guest post from my Ovum colleague and agile methodology expert Michael Azoff. Software (An interesting review of Agile in this year of looking back and forward.
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Say Goodbye to Business as Usual | Gary Hamel | Big Think

Companies that ultimately win evolve their management models and experiment with the status quo, says bestselling author Gary Hamel.
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People Are Not Our Most Valuable Resource

People Are Not Our Most Valuable Resource | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
I hear that one from time to time: “people are our most valuable resource.” Well, they are not. People aren’t your most valuable resource. People aren’t goddamn resource at all. People are, well, people. Individuals. Folks who somehow like to
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