Do you use checklists in your daily work? Or do you hate checklists? what's your experience with them?
Een gastblog van “Lean Quality” Anton Schaerlaeckens waarin hij beschrijft hoe hij de LEAN principes zelf gebruikt.
Op #deeljeblogdag (22 oktober) is mijn blog over "Lean Software Ontwikkeling: Betrek je medewerkers" gepubliceerd op de website Praktisch Kwaliteitsmanagement van Lean Quality.
Je wilt dat je professionals zich ontwikkelen, tegelijk kijk je ook naar het belang van teams, hun resultaten, en de samenwerking van professionals. Kies je voor de individuele professional, of voor het team resultaat?
How can you steer product quality in Agile teams, using Fault Slip Through? By reducing quality risks based on decisions in the planning game when and how to invest in Quality.
What if you manage an Agile project, and your project sponsor wants you to commit to a delivery date, budget, and a fixed scope?
How can you reduce software maintenance, and lower technical debt? By throwing your bad software code away!
Agile teams have shown to be a great way to deliver high quality software products. The agile values favore quality, and there are several agile practices that are applied by agile teams to develop high quality software.
The Capability Maturity Model - Integration (CMMI) supports organizations in planning and implementing process driven improvements. The CMMI Roadmaps are an alternative approach, which delivers quicker and long lasting process improvement results.
I expect that in 2012 the adoption of Agile continues, and we will see Agile and Lean more together to develop teams that deliver business value. And I expect Lean Startup to take off in 2012, to get companies in contact with their customers and deliver what they really need.
This article describes how Project Management drives quality. Understanding what drives quality enables you to take action before problems actually occur, thus saving time and money.
I started blogging in july 2010, and after less then 16 months I've written 100 blogs (the one you're reading right now is number 100). Did I reach the goals that I've defined when I started blogging? Have I delivered any value, and which benefits did I get from blogging? It's time for a retrospective!