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Hyper-productive knowledge work performance : the tameflow approach and its application to Scrum and Kanban

Author: Steve Tendon; Wolfram Müller
Publisher: Plantation, FL : J. Ross Publishing, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Shows how to lead knowledge workers, manage knowledge work and build a hyper-productive knowledge work organization, by taming and managing the four flows of organizational performance (psychology,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Tendon; Wolfram Müller
ISBN: 9781604271065 160427106X
OCLC Number: 891494784
Description: xvii, 296 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: A case of software hyper-productivity --
Shapes and patterns of hyper-productivity --
The nature of knowledge work --
Management's profound understanding of knowledge work --
Management's responsibility and learning organization --
Discovery driven planning --
Budgets considered harmful --
Creating a shared vision at the team level --
Critical roles, leadership and more --
The thinking processes --
Throughput accounting --
Herbie and Kanban --
The financial metric supporting unity of purpose and community of trust --
The Kanban method, flow and throughput --
Understanding the impact of a constraint --
The (super- ) human side of flow --
Challenges of work-state wip limits --
Tameflow-Kanban : the throughput focused Kanban --
Understanding common cause variation --
Improving while in the flow --
Root cause analysis the TOC way --
One way to hyper-productivity --
Reliable scrum and reliable Kanban --
From reliable to tameflow-scrum --
From production to projects.
Responsibility: by Steve Tendon and Wolfram Müller.

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