In 2009, I started this blog because I wanted to share my Agile and Scrum experiences.
It’s been a few years now and it’s time tu use a new WordPress theme. So bye bye “Spring” theme by the449. and hello there BlogoLife 2.0 by wplook.
I try to at least write one post by months, it’s not easy because I chose to wrote a bilingual blog. Please don’t hesitate to give me feedback on this blog or on the new design ! If you want to write something about Agile methods, feel free to contact me.
In my early days of Agile I’ve been quickly intrigued by the Visual Management concept. I knew I liked it, but I did not always knew why. I have a tendency to enjoy the techniques that seems silly at first sight and then reveals to be extremely powerful. So maybe that’s why.
So I was working with my client. At the time, they were preparing themselves to implement Agile and at first I helped them to better organize their releases. And what’s the best way to do that ? Visual Management of course.
The key to effective problem solving is to first make sure you understand the problem that you are trying to solve – why it needs to be solved, how you will know when you’ve solved it, and what the root cause is. This what A3 thinking is all about: http://www.crisp.se/henrik.kniberg/cause-effect-diagrams.pdf