Agile principles and methods -- such as empirical process, adaptive iterative planning, timeboxing, and Scrum -- provide a solid foundation for great product development. On top of this foundation, lean principles and practices can extend your effectiveness and increase value throughput even farther.
Lean is the English term used to refer to the Toyota Way, the powerful set of principles and practices that have helped shape what is arguably the greatest company in the world -- extraordinary profit, sustainability, quality, and continuing improvement. Note that lean principles apply to new product development, operations, and production; in fact, all domains of the enterprise can and should apply lean principles to banish waste and increase value.
In this introduction, you will learn the motivation, key principles, and practices of lean thinking.
Discussion, presentation, Q&A.
Anyone interested in improving an enterprise.
Introductory: This course introduces concepts and techniques that the attendee will not apply during the session.
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