Steve Tendon on Agility Chef’s Live Show, May 22, 2020 – The TameFlow Approach

On May 22, 2020, Steve Tendon was on Johon Coleman’s (“Agility Chef”) webinar. Here are some of the most significant questions/topics covered during the show: The history of TameFlow The story of Herbie Knowledge-work vs. Manufacturing vs. Project Management Knowledge-work as interative, incremental knowldege discovery or creation through interaction between people Patterns Sociological/Antropological aspects of high-performing organizations Throughput accounting Critical Chain Project Management: what’s good and what’s bad for Agile Limits of Scrum Difference between bottlenecks and constraints Evolution from Kanban The Flow-Efficiency board The Constraint in a Kanban board Key advantages of TameFlow compared to traditional approaches like Scrum and Kanban Role of the CEO in TameFlow transofrmations The Jungle-Jeep-Journey metaphor and the constraint in the work process, work flow and work execution TameFlow and Cynefin Twitter Facebook LinkedIn

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://tameflow.com/blog/2020-05-22/steve-tendon-on-agility-chefs-live-show/
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