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Speaking the Language of Lean: Principles for Enterprise Agility

Northwest Cadence

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (PDT)

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Speaking the Language of Lean: Principles for Enterprise Agility

 If you really want leadership to quit micro-managing so their teams can self-organize, start acting like it. Get them – and yourself – out of the weeds and the minutiae of your teams’ methodology by communicating at the level and in the language they should care about.

Lean principles are relatively new in software development, but they’ve been around in general management for literally decades. If you’ve struggled to sell your organization on “backlogs” and “vertical slices”, this session will help you translate into terms and economic models that non-technical managers can easily appreciate. We’ll discuss U-shaped decisions, batch sizing, queue management, and most importantly overall simplicity, backed by real-world examples. Finally, we’ll talk about what “but when’s it going to be done?” really means and how to answer it without sacrificing agility or quality.



Coffee Talks: Less Deck. More Discussion.

Morning ALM discussions that are sure to wake you up and get your day off to a great start!

Have questions about Speaking the Language of Lean: Principles for Enterprise Agility? Contact Northwest Cadence



Northwest Cadence

Northwest Cadence helps companies find an edge, create momentum, and improve processes through business and software modernization to realize extraordinary results. The Microsoft Cloud (Azure), Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), and the Cortana Intelligence Suite bring extraordinary capabilities to help solve common, persistent pain points in software delivery.


Discover what it takes to move your software application – and the people, processes, and culture surrounding it – from good to great.

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