Hyper-Productive Knowledge Work Performance

The Tameflow Approach and Its Application to Scrum and Kanban

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Hyper-Productive Knowledge Work Performance
Autor: Müller, Wolfram; Tendon, Steve
ISBN: 160427106X
Verlag: J. Ross Publishing
Jahr: 2015
Seitenanzahl: 294 Seiten
Medienart: gebunden
Preis: ab 38,62 EUR
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Knowledge work and knowledge workers vary with each profession - from software developers to engineers, to architects to pharmaceutical researchers and so forth, depending on the industry. They are usually responsible for exploring and creating ideas, new products, new designs or perhaps new models for doing business to help their organization achieve or maintain a competitive advantage. As much of this type of work is intangible, productivity is a mystery to most business executives, managers and team leaders. This unique reference shows how to lead knowledge workers, manage knowledge work and build a hyper-productive knowledge work organization, by taming and managing the four flows of organizational performance (psychology, information, work and finance) to produce spectacular operational and financial throughput results. Inspired by his experience and knowledge gained at Borland International, where a hyper-productive level of performance was achieved resulting in the most productive software project ever documented, author Steve Tendon devised TameFlow - an approach that can be superimposed on any existing process, method, and practice to enable performance improvement by several orders of magnitude and achieve a state of hyper-productivity. It is adaptable to nearly every industry, and can be applied to any knowledge work domain or organization that generates business value through knowledge. In this volume of The TameFlow Hyper-Productivity Series, the TameFlow approach is explained within the context of knowledge work performed in a software development organization. Mr. Tendon teams up with Wolfram Muller, a thought-leader and expert in Critical Chain and Advanced Agile Project Management, to illustrate its application to Scrum, the most widely used Agile software project management framework, and to Kanban, a method used for knowledge work with an emphasis on just-in-time delivery and change management.



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