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Lean manufacturing, which got its start in the late 1980s, focuses primarily on identifying and removing waste from the production process. When you combine Lean with Agile (already a highly lean process) you have a set of principles that help enable your team to eliminate anything from the workflow that does not deliver value -- excessive planning, 100-year backlogs, task switching, useless meetings...

Craig Haynal and Rose Pruyne will share the principles of Lean-Agile and show how you can remove waste from the value stream -- whether you are a software shop, communications group, support provider, or any other team that can benefit from Agile and Lean.

 

Topic:Lean-Agile
Date:2016-11-08
Time:9-10:30 a.m.
Location:

22B Technology Support Building

Remote Connection:http://meeting.psu.edu/agile
RSVP:http://goo.gl/forms/9RG7vodBn5
Speakers:

Craig Haynal, Rose Pruyne

Speakers' Contact Info:

cah190@psu.edu, rtp2@psu.edu

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