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Wednesday, May 16 • 3:30pm - 4:10pm
Avoiding Continuous Stagnation - What We Can Do to Make Continuous Improvement More Appealing to Management?

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Lean/Agile is not just about delivering early and often, it is even more importantly about continuously adapting the way we work towards an improved capability of delivery. Yet how many of us have worked in a continuously improving organization? How many of us have seen one in real life?

It’s hard to keep management interested in Improvement for very long, making Continuous Improvement a holy grail of sorts. As Lean/Kanban practitioners we believe the only sustainable way to improve is via evolutionary emerging change. But if we the organization is not interested in pursuing it, we have a big problem.

Through some challenging situations from real client work we will see a few patterns that fail and a few patterns that show more promise for energizing improvement. We will also look at improvement pace and how to apply kanban approaches to make the improvement more sustainable.

We will also explore some local cultural aspects that might affect the drive (or lack of) towards improvement, and how to deal with them, with some interesting insights about the Israeli culture…


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Yuval Yeret

Enterprise Lean/Agile Consultant and head of AgileSparks USA - We help people spark Real business agility at scale, AgileSparks
My focus is helping organisations looking to improve their agility thru Change Management, Training, Implementation and Coaching activities at various phases of the journey. I’ve had the pleasure to work alongside people at companies such as Siemens, HP, Intel, Amdocs, CyberArk, Informatica, Nice Actimize - helping them figure a way out of a tough struggle and seeing them enjoy the fruits of the transformation when they’re able to... Read More →


Wednesday May 16, 2012 3:30pm - 4:10pm
Harborview 2

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