31. What is the foundation of the house of lean?
32. What is the roof of the house of lean?
33. People do all the work. Your Customer is whoever consumes your work
• -Don’t Overload them
• -Don’t make them wait
• -Don’t force them to do wasteful work
• -Don’t impose wishful thinking
• build long-term partnerships based on trust
• Culture change comes last, not first
• To change culture change the organization – Respect for people and culture
• Optimize continuous and sustainable throughput for value
• build in quality; flow depends on it
• Understand, exploit, and mange variability
• Avoid start-stop-start project delays
• Use informed-decision making via fast feedback
• Producers innovate; customers validate
• Get out of the office
• Provide time and space for creativity
• Apply innovation accounting
• Pivot without mercy or guilt
36. Relentless Improvement
• A constant sense of danger
• Optimize the whole
• Consider facts carefully, then act quickly
• Apply lean tools to identify and address root causes
• Reflect at key milestones; identify and address shortcomings –
• Shortest sustainable lead time.
• Best quality and value to people and society.
• High morale, safety, customer delight – Value
• Management applies and teaches Lean-Agile thinking, based decisions on this long-term philosophy.
39. Principles of lean-Agile Thinking – Agile Manifesto
• Individual and interactions – over processes and tools
• Working software – over comprehensive documentation
• Customer collaboration – over contract negotiation
• Responding to change – over following a plan
40. What is the first SAFe Lean-Agile Principle? –
• Take an economic view
41. What is the second SAFe Lean-Agile Principle?
• – Apply Systems thinking
42. What is the third SAFe Lean-Agile Principle?
• – Assume Variability, preserve options
43. What is the fourth SAFe Lean-Agile Principle?
• – Build incrementally with fast, integrated learning cycles
44. What is the fifth SAFe Lean-Agile Principle?
• – Based milestones on objective evaluation of working systems
45. What is the sixth SAFe Lean-Agile Principle?
• – Visualize and limit WIP, reduce batch sizes, and manage queue length
46. What is the seventh SAFe Lean-Agile Principle?
• – Apply cadence, synchronize with cross-domain planning
47. What is the eight SAFe Lean-Agile Principle?
• – Unlock the intrinsic motivation of knowledge workers
48. What is the ninth SAFe Lean-Agile Principle?
• – Decentralize decision-making
49. Why the focus on principles?
• A lean-Agile transformation will deliver substantial benefits
• However, it is a significant change and every implementation is different
• Leaders should understand why the practices work; its part of knowing what it is they do
• If a practice need to change, understanding the principles will assure the change moves the moves the enterprise in the right direction
50. What are the Five primary dimensions of Built-In Quality?
• Architecture & Design Quality
• Code Quality
• System Quality
• Release Quality