Do you feel that you need to know your team's Capacity before you can start Limiting WIP? Good news! You don't need to do all that hard work to start seeing improvements right away! Let's check out why.
Would you be willing to work in a less efficient way if it would improve the overall outcome? Why do we so often cannibalize the outcomes in favor of local optimization? How can we change the organization to get better outcomes? Let’s see if we can dig in and find out.
Why are short cycles so effective for improving productivity? Is it just the same work with smaller tasks in between? Is it so that your boss can micromanage you? Let’s dig in and find out.
You may be wondering how exactly to implement WIP (Work in Progress) Limits. Let's dig into 3 great practices to get you started.
Limiting WIP (work in progress) is probably the most counter-intuitive, culture challenging optimization out there. And it’s also the most effective. Find out why and what you can do about it.
Why is it that so few companies tap into optimization models for big productivity improvements? Is there an optimization that can launch your team into hyper-productivity?
Are you baffled by why some people get promoted and others don’t? Do people at work do things that seem to make no sense? Are you attributing bad decisions to stupidity or self-interest? If you answered yes to any of these questions, read on.
Can an individual contributor be an Organization-Shaper? How can you shift from simply doing what you're told, into shaping the future?
Are you at the mercy of your job description? Can you re-define your job into what you want it to be? How do you know if you can shape your job or if it’s time to get a new job?
Everything you do shapes who you are. Every experience you have shapes your worldview. What are you doing today that is shaping your future? Are you intentional about creating yourself?