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Differences between the Lean, Agile and Scrum Methodology | Bydrec Blog

Differences between the Lean, Agile and Scrum Methodology | Bydrec Blog

A real good article giving a brief explanation of some of the differences and similarities between the Lean, Agile and Scrum Methodologies. Differences between the Lean, Agile and Scrum Methodology Have you ever wondered how agile methodology differs from lean and...

Think About Project Planning In Terms of Work Packages

For a long long time now I have said we need to think of our work and work planning in terms of “packages of tasks” or work packages. I don’t know exacly know how or where I formulated my thinking but I am pretty sure it comes from leaning about the...

94% of problems in business are systems driver and only 6% are people driven. — W. Edwards Deming

One of the reasons (a BIG HUGE REASON) I think it is somewhat folly to think that we can effectively become qualified psychologists and with some personality profiles of questionable scientific acceptance solve our business problems. From Lean Thinking April 17, 2018...

10 Adopted Rules of Thumb

A friend of mine posted this in a building & remodeling professional group we are a part of saying he has it taped inside of one of his tool boxes. It a great list for life. Period. Wendell Castle, the author of the list, was a legendary American furniture...

12 Key Ideas of Kaizen Spirit

Via the FaceBook page for Lean Thinking I saw ran across this great graphic in my feed today…

If you have a good system I think, the work takes care of itself…

I heard something in a video I was watching today that I think was one of those very simple very profound little moments I like to call Lean Lessons. Natalia, a volunteer with Food Bank For New York City said: “George is a great leader he knows what he’s doing...

“Sometimes no problem is a sign of a different problem” – Mark Rosenthal, author of The Lean Thinker

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