A SkillsCast for this session is not available.
Please note this first session begins at 14:15. A repeat of this session will begin at 15:45.
Quite often we apply established economic trade off’s taken directly from manufacturing to knowledge work without questioning their validity in this different context.
Given that our work systems are complex in nature (as opposed to complicated cynefin fans) the relationships between variables that we can affect are not clear and often contrary to what we might expect.
In this highly interactive and practical session (bring your gym kit…...only joking), Ben and Tom will take you through an experiment driven approach that will highlight why we often need to stop starting and start finishing.
We will uncover relationships between;
- Local and Global WIP levels
- Batch size
- Arrival rate
- Push versus Pull
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Experiments with Flow - First Session
Tom Roden is a software delivery consultant, coach and quality enthusiast, helping teams and people make the changes needed to successfully adapt to the changing demands of their environment.
Ben is a coach, consultant and transformation specialist, who works with organisations that want to deliver real business impacts consistently faster. Drawing predominantly from agile and lean disciplines like Scrum and Kanban, Ben has been involved in driving some radical and very large scale agile transitions, working as a coach and servant leader amongst some really great teams and people.
Jon is an agile coach, lean methods trainer and transformational change specialist who has worked with multiple organizations in the private and public sector to improve their way of working. He seeks to learn something new and useful every day