The best way to create cross-functional work is with the help of a fractal, scale-free network. This kind of an organization is fast and agile, an agile network organization.
Effective resource management in projects
Resource shortages are one of the most common problems I encounter when analyzing a project business. This is also the easiest problem to solve. Not only is it simple, the solution is also largely free. All businesses have a hidden resource pool that is just waiting to be put to use.
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… Continue reading Visual Management
What is an Agile Organisation?
What is an agile organisation? In Parmatur Pulse, an agile organisation is based on daily stand-up meetings, visual management and planned demonstrations that give feedback. Pulse encompasses the whole organization.
Agile Decision Making
The agile decision making structure is the foundation of an agile network organization. The organization is visualized through the network of Pulse meetings in the Pulse room.
ISO 9001:2015 and Pulse
Companies with ISO 9001 certification have until September 2018 to adapt their management systems to the latest version, ISO 9001:2015. In this article I’ll briefly review how the Pulseguide and Agile Pulse can function as a simple solution to meeting the new standard.
Pulse meetings are short, effective and fun
Pulse meetings are short, daily standing meetings where a team plans their work with the help of a Pulse board. Pulse meetings are more interesting and more effective than standard meetings.
Agile product development
Agile product development is the ability to impact the market, utilize this impact and to have the ability to make use of new opportunities appearing in the marketplace.
Little’s Law in Product Development
Little’s law states that there is a connection between the average number of occurrences in a system (P), the average throughput of the system (T), and the average time an occurrence spends in the system (L).