Kanban Latte

Mar
02
Traditionally Project Management has identified three constraints that must be managed to achieve success on any project, namely: Time: or the schedule, to meet deadlines and deliver Money: our available budget, and financial resources Scope: extent of work that has to be performed. Collectively they are known as the Project Management Triangle, and for decades they have been the focal point for the project manager’s efforts. Lately however the Project... + read more
Mar
02
Out of all the Agile Project Management methodologies out there: Kanban is smart because it makes people think, it listens to them, and it leads to Continuous Improvement. It is not just a recipe. Yours truly, inspired by the post of Al Shalloway.
Mar
02
Kaizen. Japanese for “improvement” is the word behind Toyota’s Total Quality obsession, although nowadays it has suffered in it’s quest to be the number one automaker. Kaizen origin however goes back to the legacy of a very smart American, Edwards Deming, the father of Total Quality, and the Deming’s Cycle. His ideas went beyond Japan to affect our expectations of products and services. Arguably he led Japan to dominate the auto industry, and get great influence... + read more
Mar
02
Action will destroy your procrastination. Act now, for now is all you have. By Og Mandino. He lived this quotes in his life.
Mar
02
Loïc Le Meur’s 10 Rules for Business Success, from the great piece Chris Nutall wrote for the Financial Times. Some do sound counter-intuitive, that makes them even more interesting. So read, and THINK before you do them. Do not wait for a revolutionary idea, the idea of your life will never happen, just focus on a simple exciting empty space you see and execute as fast as possible  Share your idea as much as possible, the more you share, the... + read more

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