Category Archives: coaching

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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Replenishment Canvas

I included a new simple tool in the previous blog post, Observing Replenishment. Now is the time to introduce it properly. LINK TO DOWNLOAD REPLENISHMENT CANVAS Replenishment is about making better decisions about what your business should be working on … Continue reading

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Observing Replenishment

Replenishment (or commitment) meeting is an activity concerning the decisions made at the so-called first commitment point of a Kanban system. It is one of the seven Kanban cadences, which are all part of the Kanban method. Cadenced events happen, … Continue reading

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Understanding Your Process as Collaborative Knowledge Discovery

There is a general trend and desire to make work more collaborative. Yet when I ask groups of people in the workplace to draw a diagram of how they work, they often come up with something like this (I’m simplifying … Continue reading

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