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Kanban Guide Is Here – How Not To Read It

An important event in the Kanban community occurred about two months ago. The Essential Kanban – Condensed Guide was released. It’s a compact 20-page book, authored by Andy Carmichael and David J. Anderson. As you can guess, this book is … Continue reading

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A Goldratt Reader’s View of “No Child Left Behind”

I read a book earlier this year that I should have read much earlier: Eliyahu Goldratt’s The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement. The book is not new, written in the 1980s, when many American manufacturers struggled to compete with … Continue reading

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Book Club Meeting With Steve Blank

Our Agile/Lean book club is wrapping up The Four Steps to the Epiphany and the author Steve Blank joined us for the last weekly meeting. Here is my transcript of the most important points. The main takeaways from the book. … Continue reading

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