5 Lean behaviours we should all practice - by James Morgan. Trust, honesty, listening, respect and consistency as the 5 simple behaviours that could help improve processes.
7 Lean Metrics to Improve Flow - by LeanKit. “With flow, the goal is more about consistently creating economic value than it is about having the fastest cycle time or highest throughput. Maintaining a steady flow of work through your Kanban system can help you deliver value more quickly and reliably to your customers, team, and organization.”
Being Lean: Don’t Speculate to Accumulate, Validate to Succeed - by Andy Wicks. “There’s no need to guess the way to the end goal, building in a lot of assumptions as a result. Instead, we can use experiments to take conjecture out of the equation, using data to back up our decisions. This results in products and services that meet end-user needs, and ultimately it helps to avoid costly mistakes.”
Enter The Matrix – Lean Prioritisation - by Andy Wicks. “The 2×2 matrix is a quick and simple tool that will transform the way you prioritise your product backlog. It helps you to focus on features/enhancements that add the most value to your customers compared to the effort required to deliver them.”
Lean Coffee in the Workplace - by Victor ‘Vic’ Bonacci. Ideas about using Lean Coffee in the workplace.
Lean Enterprise: How High Performance Organizations Innovate at Scale - by Jez Humble, Joanne Molesky and Barry O’Reilly
Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience - by Jeff Gothelf with Josh Seiden
Running Lean: Iterate from Plan A to a Plan That Works - by Ash Maurya