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Book: Taiichi Ohno – Toyota Production System

Everyone interested in historic basics of Scrum and other agile approaches should read this book. Author: Taiichi Ohno Title: Toyota Production System Taiichi Ohno – Toyota Production System: Beyond Large-Scale Production Rating: recommended If you want to understand several basic principles of Scrum and other agile approaches then take a deeper look at Taiichi Ohno’s book. He describes the historic development of all those famous Toyota principles one can see adopted in many agile frameworks: kanban just-in-time five why’s (real cause) production leveling visual control (management by sight) waste recognition… Read more Book: Taiichi Ohno – Toyota Production System

Lose Customers with Disorganized Workflows

Last week my wife and me went to the traditional Saint Martin Procession with our son. It was a nice walk with all those gleaming hand laterns of the kids. The walk ended at a school were the local music society had prepared some food and beverages. Ordering and delivery was organized as follows: At the cash desk customers have to buy vouchers for specific food and beverage One person works at the cash desk Left of the cash desk all beverages are handed out Three persons are in charge… Read more Lose Customers with Disorganized Workflows