12 Mean and Lean Analysis Approaches for Agile Teams
LEAN is a long-term, continuous process improvement approach. AGILE is centered around a value management planning approach that uses quick, incremental decision making. Companies are wanting to leverage and apply the concepts of both Lean and Agile in parallel to have the best of both worlds for optimum software delivery. When it comes to applying Lean and Agile, analysis is typically the first place teams want to start cutting corners. However, if you don’t have the right expertise on your team, this could be detrimental to your agile implementation and to the products that you are delivering.
Although combining Lean and Agile is ambitious, especially early in an agile transformation, the two approaches are not mutually exclusive. One of the goals of Lean is to avoid waste – a concept that definitely jives with Agile. Agile promotes lean documentation, lean teams, minimum viable features, and minimum viable products. The agile retrospect is the platform which to apply Lean and find ways to become more efficient and effective in your Scrum or Kanban approach. Join me in discovering 12 tried and true approaches to help you utilize Lean Agile Analysis without sacrificing the quality of your product.
- Indicators of whether you are too Lean or not Lean enough
- 12 approaches to apply Lean to your agile team
- Knowing when to and when not to apply Lean
- Length: 1 Hour
- Prerequisites: None
- Recommended Size: Any size audience
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