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  • Jason turned on Public Notes for Kanban by David J. Anderson
  • Jason shared from a Personal Document
    In the right order of things, education—the early fashioning of character and the formation of conscience—comes before legislation. Nothing is more determinative of our future than how we teach our children. If we fail at this, we will sow growing social chaos and inequality that no law can rectify.
    Note: go gov brown!
  • Jason shared from a Personal Document
    In the right order of things, education—the early fashioning of character and the formation of conscience—comes before legislation. Nothing is more determinative of our future than how we teach our children. If we fail at this, we will sow growing social chaos and inequality that no law can rectify.
    Note: there is not one thing more important than this. go gov davis!
  • Jason shared from Mental Models by Indi Young
    deliver greater value to customers or create comparable value at a lower cost, or do both.”[15]
    Note: how do we do this?
  • Jason shared from Kanban by David J. Anderson
    First, learn to build high-quality code. Then reduce the work-in-progress, shorten lead times, and release often. Next, balance demand against throughput, limit work-in-progress, and create slack to free up bandwidth, which will enable improvements. Then, with a smoothly functioning and optimizing software development capability, improve prioritization to optimize value delivery.
    Note: how a team approaching kanban should mature
  • Jason shared from Kanban by David J. Anderson
    any discussion about prioritization and commitment to new work can happen only in the context of delivering some existing work.
    Note: kanban rules
  • Jason shared from Kanban by David J. Anderson
    Visualize Workflow Limit Work-in-Progress Measure and Manage Flow Make Process Policies Explicit Use Models[1] to Recognize Improvement Opportunities
    Note: five base properties of kanban
  • Jason shared from Kanban by David J. Anderson
    to look beyond the bottleneck focus of TOC. I explained to him that the dramatic success of the Toyota Production System (TPS) had nothing to do with finding and eliminating bottlenecks. Toyota’s
    Note: so thats what TPS means...
  • Jason shared from The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses by Eric Ries
    Luckily, this judgment is not difficult to develop: most entrepreneurs and product development people dramatically overestimate how many features are needed in an MVP. When in doubt, simplify.
    Note: looking forward to it
  • Jason shared from The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses by Eric Ries
    I’ve come to believe that learning is the essential unit of progress for startups. The effort that is not absolutely necessary for learning what customers want can be eliminated. I
    Note: need to be careful about rationalizing featues as necessary for learning.
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