Tame Your Work Flow - The Kanban Book of the decade !
- In early 2020, a new book entered the knowledge work management arena. It was written by Steve Tendon and myself, a Canadian visiting Toronto frequently. It marks history and propels agile into the 20s with content that is revolutionary and never heard of before.
Forewords and testimonials from undisputed world leaders in Kanban, Theory of Constraints, Throughput Accounting, FLEX, DA, Lean are available at https://tameflow.com/tame-your-work-flow-testimonials/
The book covers new topics. New science. We will delve into the entire spectrum of the table of content of the book. New angles on Flow Efficiency, Identifying Constraints in the Work Flow, Work Process and Work Execution.
Novelties in Agile to let people work and introduce exceptional management and management by exception. (New to the agile space)
And more .......
Outline/Structure of the Talk
We will drill down the table of content of the book ....
Why the Kanban method abandoned the Theory of Constraints and used Column WIP Limits as an evolutionary change driver. (The side effect of column WIP limit is to cause excessive tampering of the system by emitting superfluous special cause variation signals)
Flow Efficiency, Constraints identification in the work flow, work process and work execution.
DBR Scheduling, Theory of Constraints, Throughput Accounting to brake silo mentalities, Explicit Risk Management, Culture, Decision making, cost control, TameFlow boards (Flow Efficiency, DBR, Throughput Management, Portoflio), Governance. Management by exception
CoD versus ROI versu Throughput Rate at the Constraint for financial decision making.
The participants will discover a new Kanban. A kanban that builds on the sixth practice of the Kanban method - improve using the scientific method. TameFlow Kanban embraces lot of the teachings of Dr Eli Goldratt on the Throughput Accounting and the Theory of Constraints applied to knowledge work that unfortunately are missing from the Kanban method.
A long time ago, the Kanban method has decided to let go of the most important science of TOC. Not so with TameFlow.
The participants will find the only framework that targets money as an objective ... How to make money now and in the future. Relentlessly ! (Goals and missions are nice too. But you need money to make them happen.)
Who else is occupying this space ? Who is connected to the CxO to get this done?
We are the only ones.
Those who want to make money now and in the future to reach their goals with Kanban & the Theory of Constraints
Prerequisites for Attendees
Watch the numerous thought leadership 'Campfires with Herbie' hosted by Steve Tendon at
Join the community https://tameflow.com/blog/
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