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Lean UX practices face roadblocks when they don’t have buy-in from the organizations in which they work.What do these roadblocks to Lean UX look like? Structural resistance to change, fear that lean practices are a fad, and a lack of access to customers, to start.
In this talk, Josh Seiden will share tips on how to persuade your organization to move to a leaner approach.
In this interview, John will ask about the science behind Cynefin, why Dave is critical of systems thinking, spiral dynamics, and Myers-Briggs. SAFe might come up in conversation. But mostly John is curious about the suggested changes to Cynefin, how official they are, and how Cynefin can be useful in practice. And John is curious if emergent / exaptive practice needs to be on a rhythm (like sprints).
An interview with Steve Tendon on Tameflow (Kanban + Theory of Constraints + Throughput Accounting) as per https://tameflow.com/Steve recently published "Tame your Work Flow: How Dr. Goldratt of “The Goal” would apply the Theory of Constraints to rethink knowledge-work management (TameFlow)". It has lots of testimonials.
Steve Tendon is the Managing Director of TameFlow Consulting Limited, where he helps clients create high-performance organizations and teams by applying the theories and practices described in his books. The focus of his research and work is on creating breakthrough organizational performance-innovation. A sought-after adviser, coach, mentor, speaker, and consultant. He holds an MSc. in Software Project Management from the University of Aberdeen; a Fintech Innovation/Future Commerce Certificate from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
There are few people in agility as skilled as Troy Magennis with forecasting, metrics or managing dependencies. Troy Magennis is a seasoned IT professional and executive, having helped deliver valuable software to customers at scale since 1994. In 2011 he founded Focused Objective, which has become the leader and trusted brand for Agile metrics and probabilistic forecasting. He regularly keynotes at Agile conferences eager to share his passion for using data in better ways to improve business outcomes. Previous clients include Walmart, Microsoft, Skype, Sabre Airline Solutions, Siemens Healthcare.
As the Chief of Agile at Toyota Connected, the first to hold this title in Toyota globally, Nigel established the Toyota Agile Academy, a training and consulting practice for Toyota teaching and coaching Lean and Agile approaches and he established the first-ever external accreditation for non-Toyota team members.
Nigel is an advisor on several boards at the University of North Texas and I have also been featured by Forbes and the CEO Network.
LeSS is Scrum. Scrum is so open to interpretation, which can lead to inconsistent guidance from coaches, trainers, and scaling frameworks.
LeSS Friendly Scrum Trainers like John Coleman have a LeSS lens when they coach & teach.John Coleman likes to avoid his work being unraveled. To this end, if Scrum is on the menu somewhere he works, John would prefer that people he worked with appreciated the benefits of LeSS Friendly Scrum to the extent his work does not get unraveled by other coaches/trainers.
Srikanth Ramanujam is such an active contributor on the agility chefs live stream, John thought why not bring Srikanth on the show as it seems obvious Srikanth has a lot to say. Not only that, John likes the clarity of thinking Srikanth demonstrates.
Srikanth's goal is to be a Coach, Facilitator, Educator, and Mentor who helps large organizations systemically change their way of work. Srikanth believes in a tailored approach of principles driven change and that means helping organizations learn and understand the theory and methods that are required to build your principles and associated strategy that helps them achieve their outcomes.
John Seddon wrote many books including the latest book Beyond Command & Control available on Amazon in physical or audible formats. I suggest audible even though I read the physical book, as John Seddon himself narrates the book.
This book offers to solve the UK productivity conundrum, dramatically improve health and care services while reducing their cost and much more besides. And it is no promise or dream; it is evidenced by those who have followed John's prescription, which is to change the way they think about management
Combined event London Lean Product Delivery and London Lean UX7 pm Warm-up act - the executive's role in discovery by John Coleman7:30 pm Main act - Sense and Respond - Products and Services in the Age of Complexity, by Joshua SeidenSense & RespondA talk that draws on themes from Joshua's book, Sense & Respond. Your organization is—like it or not—in the software business. This talk shares five key principles you’ll need to embrace to thrive in this new world.
Daniel Doiron's description of "Exceptional management and management by exception. Management with TameFlow in the 20s" is as follows......Top management attention is the biggest 'invisible' constraint in today's corporate world. Human's are very bad at integrating data, are subject to group think, tricked by anchoring and are emotional by nature. Only one thing can help: metrics and science.
How can we apply this to management? And specifically to knowledge work where there are no answers to speak of in the agile world. No one has the answers. That is unless you attend this meetup!
In addition to being a Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org, Mark Noneman is an Enterprise Agilist at SMN Consulting and a Managing Partner at The Madison Henry Group. SMN Consulting and Madison Henry are global professional services firms dedicated to helping clients realize the benefits of Agile development and pursue organizational agility.
Timothy Abbott an Enterprise and Startup Coach that is an accredited coach and trainer in various aspects of Business Agility (Foundational Principles, HR, Facilitation, Coaching, Scaling Fundamentals, and more).
Timothy passionately enjoys helping organizations unlock the potential of their people, products, and processes. Essentially, Timothy's core talent is in helping Senior Leaders and their teams get unstuck so they can deliver better customer-centric products and services to their customers in ways that enhance organizational adaptiveness, learning, collaboration, and skillfulness.
Since 1987, John Seddon developed both systems thinking and intervention theory, combining the two to create the Vanguard Method. Uniquely, this method’s sole purpose is to transform organisations by changing management thinking and helping this translate into a better system and improved performance.
In this episode, we will talk about Failure Demand, "demand caused by a failure to do something or do something right for the customer” (Seddon 2003)
Scott is an Agile Coach based in Scotland. He has many years of supporting and growing agile with large client organizations and has extensive experience of delivering Agile Ways of working in difficult situations.Scott is down to earth and is open and will work with you with candour and respect.
Scott believes in delivering early value and alternates roles between Agile Coach and hands-on delivering valuable stuff.
What is valuable? Stuff that keeps your customers loving you and coming back for more.
John Coleman is an agility chef. He happens to be a Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer, LeSS Friendly Scrum Trainer, and Professional Kanban trainer at Orderly Disruption. John and fellow agility chefs will review the 2020 Scrum Guide in this live stream session. If you'd like to join the panel on camera, email email@example.com.
John Coleman charts with author Haydn Shaughnessy on his new book Transformation Sprint.
The Transformation Sprint is a time-boxed approach to digital transformation and business change.It replaces the big transformation program with a manageable learning process that builds collaboration around your key challenges.With a Transformation Sprint, you can build all the skills you need to help you succeed at change but best of all you can achieve some of the most important program design objectives in just four weeks.
Agile/Lean/Kanban and the likes have yet to embrace Explicit Risk Management.
Why? Probably because it requires a plan in order to track variations form the plan.
When your precepts 1) Agile - No upfront planning 2) Lean - Planning is waste and 3) Kanban - We are all for it but have no solutions. Tameflow has the solution. Since 2011, when traditional Kanban let go of the Theory of Constraints from Dr Goldratt, TameFlow took the fork in the road and embraced TOC, Throughput Accounting, Pattern Theory, IFM (Incremental Funding method) and much more.
Andy Hiles, John Coleman, and Daniel Vacanti chat about Kanban Guide and ProKanban.org.
Looks remarkably like Scrum but it isn't, not a Scrum Master or Product Owner to be seen ... and avoids the five dysfunctions of a team (Lencioni) but it has no values or principles, it must be totally corrupt :)
Kanbanguides.org is the home for Kanban - the Flow Strategy™ & Kanban for Complexity™ (aka Kanplexity™)
John Coleman & Friends play with a Lean UX canvas discussing problems in society
Good Flow Efficiency is the first step to getting lasting improvements. Yet, no one gets it done right. This is surprising given that it is at the core of Kanban and Lean and that it is made of two basic and easy to understand components : Wait time and Touch time! This meetup will reveal the thought leadership of the TameFlow approach from Steve Tendon and will be quite an eye-opener on how to build a Flow Efficiency Kanban board.
Karl Scotland helps businesses become Learning Organisations.
Over the last 20 years Karl has been an advocate of Lean and Agile approaches to achieve this, working with companies including the BBC, Yahoo!, EMC Consulting, Rally Software, Cisco, SDL, Legal & General and Alegis. During this time, Karl has been a pioneer of using Kanban Systems and Strategy Deployment for product development, a founding member of both the Lean Systems Society and Limited WIP Society, as well as being active in the community and a regular conference speaker.
Daniel Doiron, co-author of 'Tame your Work Flow', returns to discuss what he believes are flawed mental models.Popular delusions and the madness of crowds -- how flawed mental models & cognitive biases impact our decision making processas knowledge workers.
Ben Maynard LeSS outcomes, more outcomes 5pm UK today Thursday 28th Jan 2021 - Live & recorded at https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/...
Since 2009 Ben has been passionate about organizational culture and design that enables the creation of value both for an organization’s customers and its’s people. Ben always wants to know "are we building the right Product" and "are we building it in the right way".In recent years he has experimented with ways to balance an organization's desire for control, collaboration, and innovation through educating, coaching, and leading organizational transformations to get more with Large Scale Scrum (LeSS).
Ask John Coleman (agility chef, PKT, PST, LSFT) anything about Scrum
On the Scrum.org website "Nexus builds upon Scrum’s foundation, and its parts will be familiar to those who have used Scrum. It minimally extends the Scrum framework only where absolutely necessary to enable multiple teams to work from a single Product Backlog to build an Integrated Increment that meets a goal.
Ask John about Kanban. John Coleman is co-author of Kanban Guide. He is also the author of Kanplexity™, with heavy attribution to the creator of Cynefin.
Taking a similar approach to digital HR transformation Carolyn believes there is, now more than ever, a compelling reason to inspire staff to leverage technology while they themselves add more value than machines, even in light of the rapid pace of change. John Hagel’s Scalable Learning model has captivated Carolyn for a while and informs her forward direction in terms of addressing many organisational constraints such as Employee Engagement and Wellbeing.
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