April Newsletter: Measuring Predictability, Lean Decision Filter, Flow-driven Product Development

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Here’s the April 2015 edition of the LeanKit monthly newsletter. 

Kanban for DevOps: 3 Reasons IT Ops Uses Lean Flow (part 3 of 3)

In the final post of this three-part series, Dominica DeGrandis explores why product support needs a voice in product development and how lean workflow visuals can help solve alignment problems. READ MORE

Using the Lean Decision Filter

“Stop starting, start finishing” is a mindset that can help teams deliver value faster. Yet deciding when to pull new work and when to help others can be difficult. Yuval Yeret, CTO of AgileSparks, explains how the Lean Decision Filter can help you make the right choice. READ MORE

Measure Predictability with Facts over Estimates

A predictable outcome is one of the most sought-after goals in any business or initiative. But how do we measure it? Learn how fact-based predictability metrics can help boost accuracy. READ MORE

Top 3 Most Wanted Lean Metrics [Survey Results]

In our recent reporting survey, you told us which lean metrics you use now and which ones you want to use in the future. Discover the top three vote-getters in each category and see how your interests stack up. READ MORE

Flow-Driven Product Development

In our next live webinar, Yuval Yeret will discuss how product development organizations use a lean, flow-driven approach to achieve predictable product releases and enable continuous improvement. REGISTER NOW


Liz Llewellyn-Maxwell

Liz is the Corporate Communications Director at LeanKit, where she manages branding, communications and PR. A self-actualizing grammar nerd (and fan of rebellious design), Liz omits the Oxford comma about 92 percent of the time. Sometimes, she tweets at @lizzie6ls.