LSSC11 – My impressions/takeaways

By |2011-05-15T15:24:51-04:00May 15, 2011|Blog, kanban|

Impressions Keynotes - The Keynote by Chet Richards was AMAZING. He is a great speaker, and his content was just right for opening the LSSC conference. He had tough competition with David Snowden talking about Complexity, so instead of chosing the best keynote, I'm mainly glad we could enjoy both. Snowden's keynote was tougher to digest, and I think it will take me time to really bring myself to the level of consciously applying ideas from Snowden's Cynefin in my day-to-day work. [...]

Reasons to come early to conferences, or at least to LSSC Lean Software and Systems Conferences

By |2011-05-04T16:54:02-04:00May 4, 2011|kanban|

Its early wednesday, I'm at Long Beach for LSSC11 - the main US conference for the Lean Software Systems Consortium also at - the community practicing and leading Lean and Kanban in software development. The main conference starts this morning and my talk is this afternoon, but so much has happened already, I'm really glad I arrived early. So what are the reasons to arrive early to LSSC conferences? Breaking Bread Socializing with other participants - Starting monday afternoon and [...]

Webinar LSSC11: Session 4 – Intro to Lean Product Development Flow

By |2011-03-04T11:20:01-05:00March 4, 2011|kanban|

I've been asked to deliver a pre-LSSC11 webinar on the topic of Lean Product Development flow. I'm going to introduce an approach to mixing Lean and Agile in order to achieve end to end agility. This is a major focus of my work in the recent 2 years with AgileSparks clients. Register for the Webinar at Webinar LSSC11: Session 4 - Intro to Lean Product Development Flow This is also the topic I will talk about in my Agile Israel 2011 session [...]

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