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KDP Example #2: Training and Courseware

In my previous two posts, I showed how we can understand a delivery process as a knowledge discovery process. As professionals do their work, a sequence of dominant activities creates knowledge. The initial post contained an example of diagramming such … Continue reading

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KDP Example #1: A Startup’s Measure-Learn Process

I showed in my previous post how we can understand a delivery process as a process of knowledge discovery. The resulting process diagram showed how knowledge continuously arrives and accumulates through a sequence of dominant activities. The points separating those … 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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Kanban’s Organizational Patterns

Outline of patterns for scaling Kanban in a knowledge-work organization. Continue reading

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