Aug 26, 2018
SPaMCAST 509 will feature our essay discussing if you can demonstrate incomplete work. My knee-jerk reaction is no...or maybe heck no, but knee-jerk reactions are not always right.
Blog entries in the what happens to incomplete work theme:
We will also hear from Gene Hughson (Form Follows Function). Gene talks Architects! Gene and I discussed his essay, So what exactly does an Architect do? Contact Gene on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/genehughson/
Bringing the cast home this week is Jon M. Quigley. Jon brings his marvelous Alpha and Omega of Product Development to the cast this week in order to discuss the root cause analysis. Process improvement is most effective when we diagnose the real problem rather than just a symptom.
Re-Read Saturday News
In week 5 of re-read of The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande (use the link and buy a copy so you can read along) we tackle Chapter 4, The Idea. In Chapter 4 Gawande shows how checklists can help push decision-making outward, which empowers teams and makes them more responsive.
SPaMCAST 510 is a special cast. Over the past year, we have talked to Steve Tendon and Wolfram Wolfram Müller about their book, Hyper-Productive Knowledge Work Performance, The TameFlow Approach and Its Application to Scrum and Kanban. Haven’t bought it yet? https://amzn.to/2MOxbXY . In SPaMCAST 510 we get Steve and Wolfram on the same line, to sum up the finer points!