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Andy Carmichael
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Working to improve the way projects work
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Webinar July 6th - Essential Kanban: It's all about FLOW!
  July 12th, 2018 Online Webinar. London: 1400; New York: 0900; Bangalore: 1830 Sign up Now! Customers are always saying "Why is not done yet?" and staff are always saying "We're too busy." But what's the  real  problem? Kanban has the key! Kanban is a way ...
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Kanban: How to Start; How to Scale
How to start... Several years ago I published my shortest possible advice on " How to start using Kanban ". Not being restricted by arbitrary limits like 140 characters, I would express these steps today as: See your work as a flow of value to your customer...
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The Kanban Lens: a way to see
The Kanban Lens is a way to see your work. Specifically it asks us to work as flow  workflow as knowledge discovery steps knowledge work as a service organizations as networks of services I got involved with the Kanban community not very long ago - in 2012....
The Kanban Lens: a way to see
The Kanban Lens: a way to see
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Time is an Asset - Delay is a Cost
Cost of Delay is a vital concept for management teams to understand and use. It enables better decision-making concerning investments and cost-saving, and is the basis of a coherent economic framework for considering the trade-offs management are responsibl...
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Qualitative formulae for WSJF
 In this series of blogs we have been examining the use of Cost of Delay as a way of understanding ordering work - either from a quantitative approach using estimates for value, urgency, duration and/or size, or from a qualitative approach, such as the use ...
Qualitative formulae for WSJF
Qualitative formulae for WSJF
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WSJF - Should you divide by Lead Time or by "Size"?
This article is the fourth in a series of blogs on Cost of Delay  (CoD) and Weighted Shortest Job First (WSJF). Note: terms in boldface are defined in the Glossary of   Essential Kanban Condensed which is available here .  To get the background to this piec...
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How to calculate WSJF
Understanding Cost of Delay (Part 3): Calculating WSJF In  part one  of this series of blogs on  Understanding Cost of Delay and its Use in Kanban  the meaning and definitions of Cost of Delay (COD) and Urgency (U). In part two we looked at   Cost of Delay ...
How to calculate WSJF
How to calculate WSJF
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Cost of Delay Profiles
Understanding Cost of Delay (Part 2): CoD and Urgency profiles In part one of this series of blogs on  Understanding Cost of Delay and its Use in Kanban  we explored how, from understanding the value flow that is likely to occur following the decision to im...
Cost of Delay Profiles
Cost of Delay Profiles
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Understanding Cost of Delay and its Use in Kanban
Cost of Delay (CoD) is a vital concept to understand in product development. It should be the guide to the ordering of work items, even if - as is often the case - estimating what it will be is difficult. Cost of Delay is important because it focuses on the...
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