Lean Software & Systems ConferenceBy
LSSC 2012 Boston is bringing three premiere events to one centralized location to facilitate the next wave of ideas in methods, process and organization for software & systems engineering development. Boston is the premiere place to be for those innovating in the Lean community.
The Lean Software and Systems Conference emphasizes Lean concepts representing the next wave of ideas in methods, process and organization for software and systems engineering. It brings together an international community of practitioners, consultants, thought leaders and authors to cross-pollinate ideas and foster a sense of community for those promoting better economic and sociological outcomes in their workplace.
Steven Spear, Gregory Howell, and Yochai Benkler will be appearing as the keynote speakers for LSSC 2012 Boston. As some of the leading minds in today’s ever-expanding lean software & systems landscape, these speakers will inform, engage, and inspire LSSC attendees.More details about these speakers and LSSC12 are available on the conference website at http://lssc12.leanssc.org.
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The Lean Software and Systems Conference focuses on Lean, Pull Systems and the Kanban Method and how each can be used to improve predictability, frequency of delivery, risk management and quality. Kanban is a term used to describe a type of pull system and is originally found in lean manufacturing. In Kanban for knowledge work, development processes are streamlined by better coordination driven primarily by improved visibility and greater focus on highest value work. Knowledge work environments such as software development have special challenges since inefficiencies are harder to pinpoint due to the absence of physical inventory and the constant variation in the work produced.
I have the honor to be one of the invited speakers and have a very difficult act to follow, Steve Denning’s, author of the book, The Leader’s Guide to Radical Management: Reinventing the Workplace for the 21st Century. My topic will be “Is Lean still on the Wagon or is it Ready to Fly?“.
Other Speakers that have participated in the Business901 Podcast: David Anderson, Jim Benson, Steve Denning, Alan Shalloway, Yuval Yeret, Dean Leffingwell and Claudio Perrone.
P.S. If you can’t make Boston there are still a few seats left for the Indianapolis Lean Sales and Marketing Summit on April 17th and 18th.