Buffer Management and Risk Management in the Theory of Constraints – The TameFlow Approach

This is the second post in a series in preparation for my presentation at the Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 conference, about Enhanced Risk Management in Kanban via the Theory of Constraints, that I will deliver on October 26 in Utrecht. As described in the previous post, Critical Chain Project Management in the Theory of Constraints, the purpose of this series is propaedeutic to understanding how the ideas of the Theory of Constraints can be applied in contemporary software processes, and in particular to Kanban for Software. This series will provide some foundational knowledge in the areas of:

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://tameflow.com/blog/2012-10-04/buffer-management-and-risk-management-in-TOC/