There’s really only one key practice for quality: continuous improvement, and its dual, continuous learning. For continuous learning, many practices that help; one of my personal favorites is ‘Lunch and Learn.’ It’s easy to get started, allows the team to ‘opt in’ to shared practices, and is an amazing opportunity for growth. One example that … Continue reading A great way to make quality important in your organization
When planning a project, the world of specifications and agreements can sometimes run into collisions with Agile methodologies. What’s your experience with how this works in practice?
For me, today is all about focus. As David Allen reminds us (you have read David Allen’s Getting Things Done, right?), you can really only have one first priority at a time. You CAN multi-task, but it comes at a cost. So how do you deal with this? Focus. Pick one thing. Do it until … Continue reading Focus, focus, focus
My brother, who is a Director with AIIM, presented this at the AIIM conference in Boston this week. I thought I’d share it here, as it directly relates to how costs inflect the innovation/return curve.Thanks, Dak Do Or Die Innovation By Process Based Information Management From: dan.keldsen, 2 days ago | View | Upload your … Continue reading Dan Keldsen: Innovate or die