Why nothing you ever do might make the slightest difference





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Published on Aug 8, 2012

James Ross at #LASTConf 2012
Why nothing you ever do might make the slightest difference: A crash course in the Theory of Constraints

The Theory of Constraints (TOC) is a large body of knowledge that has a lot in common with Agile and Lean, but for some reason is not well known in Agile circles. TOC brings good news and bad news - the good news is that you can learn how to focus on process improvements that provide the biggest bang for buck and they're easier than you think. The bad news is that nothing you are currently doing might be making the slightest difference, despite all your positive change metrics. Find out how that can possibly be, and discover a whole new perspective on Agile.

» How TOC relates to Agile and Lean
» That eliminating some waste is a complete waste of time
» The five steps from the TOC process of ongoing improvement
» How the TOC Thinking Processes can help you communicate, collaborate and plan more successfully


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