Monthly Archives: September 2016

Knowledge Discovery Process Revisited

It occurred to me during a recent training class to make a small, but important change to my Knowledge Discovery Process diagram. Please refer to this old, popular post from two and a half years ago – Understanding Your Process … Continue reading

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Kanban Is Not a Card, It’s a Space

A participant of my recent training class told me afterwards of an insight most important to him. “Kanban is not a card, it’s a space.” I received this feedback during a long streak without any blog posts. So I thought, … Continue reading

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Forecasting Cards

Those who met me at conferences in the last two years (some clients, too) have probably seen these Forecasting Cards. They’re easy to recognize by their rainbow colours. I created them to start conversations about lead time and to communicate … Continue reading

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