Posted: March 22nd, 2012 | Author: greger | Filed under: Project Management | Tags: agile software development, continuous improvements, leagile, lean | No Comments »
Joe Dager from the Business 901 blog and podcast is someone who has covered the cross-breeding of lean and agile more than most people.
So how does one apply Lean to agile software development? Wang, Conboy and Cawley examined thirty experience reports and came to the following conclusion:
Lean concepts, principles and practices are most often used for continuous agile process improvement, with the most recent introduction being the kanban approach, introducing a continuous, flow-based substitute to time-boxed agile processes.
But does that help? According to Swaminathan and Jain it “does seem to have significant benefits”.
Posted: August 16th, 2011 | Author: greger | Filed under: Project Management | Tags: agile, agile software development, business 901, commentary, kanban, lean, podcast, recommendations, scrum | No Comments »
Here is yet another great installment of the Business 901 podcast. This time on being agile on the enterprise level part 1, part 2.
I agree with most of what is said in the podcast, especially that there is no “one size fits all solution“. Different teams have different needs. Some people need Scrum, other Kan Ban and yet others just a general idea of how to do Lean.