The best way to create cross-functional work is with the help of a fractal, shell-less network. This kind of an organization is quick and agile.
Cross-functional work (for example, projects, Scrum and management groups) are nowadays normal aspects of most operations. However, this was not the case when I started working in the early 80’s.
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Little’s law states that there is a connection between the number of occurrences in a system (P), the throughput of the system (T), and the average time an occurrence spends in the system (L).
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A lot of people who have worked with projects have experienced the same thing: downtime. You have to wait for people to get back to you, wait for results and wait for decisions to be made. On top of that other actors are waiting for you to finish your task that you can’t finish because you’re waiting for something or someone.
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