User Experience Stack #UX

Kaizen and PDCA

A collection of User Experience Transcriptions that center on technology or the more traditional UX thinking. Part of a collection of Business901 Podcast Transcriptions, called Stacks (see below) through my Issuu channel: User Experience The User Experience Stack includes Jeff Gothelf, Dave Malouf, Steve Portigal, Jeff Kalbach, Russ Unger, and Continue reading User Experience Stack #UX

A Stack of Agile Transcriptions

Kaizen and PDCA

A few of the Agile Discussions without including Kanban. I have a separate Stack for Kanban.  This is a collection of Business901 Podcast Transcriptions, called Stacks (see below) through my Issuu channel: Agile without Kanban A collection of Business901 Podcast Transcriptions that centered on applying Lean, Six Sigma and Theory Continue reading A Stack of Agile Transcriptions

Agile Project Management: Highsmith A3

One of the best books I have read and certainly the one that has influenced me the most on Agile Project Management is Jim Highsmith’s book of the same name. I have referenced his material for many years on this blog. We are not short of Project Management books and Continue reading Agile Project Management: Highsmith A3

Can Private Side learn from Public Side

Related Podcast and Transcription: Systems Thinking in Public Services Joe:  You deal so much in the public area, in the public service area, and we’re always thinking of what the public side can learn from the private side. What can the private side learn from the public side? Benjamin Taylor:  Wow, Continue reading Can Private Side learn from Public Side

The 3 Legs of an Agile Business Practice

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An Agile Business must have three pillars to stand on Process Agility, Technical Agility, and Personal Agility, says Patrick Waara of ResponseAgility. Patrick was the first and only Software Design for Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt in Xerox Corporation before launching ResponseAgility. He is also a certified Lean Six Continue reading The 3 Legs of an Agile Business Practice

The Digital Service Economy

Jeff Sussna

Jeff  Sussna founder of Ingineering.IT, facilitates Adaptive IT through teaching, coaching, and strategic design. He is the author of a new book Designing Delivery: Rethinking IT in the Digital Service Economy. The book and our conversation covers a lot of ground. If you are not familiar with a few of Continue reading The Digital Service Economy

Are We Building Flatter Supply Chains?

I asked that question to Chad Smith and Carol Ptak in a past podcast and you might be surprised by the answer. Carol Ptak: It’s not really a flatter supply chain, because when I think of a flatter supply chain, I think about what’s happened in the Lean community, where Continue reading Are We Building Flatter Supply Chains?