Agile Leadership: Bag Stuffing Lean Flow Videos – Second in a Series

Eric and KarlFacilitating Lean Flow Process Improvement

Yesterday I posted the first in a series of video blogs documenting the inspiring and educational — for me — informal Agile2011 Lean Flow Bag Stuffing lead by the agile coaching duo of Karl Scotland and Eric Wilke.

Yesterday’s post provided an overview of the entire process. Watch the two videos below for a view into how to facilitate Lean Flow Process Improvement.

The team again set another record for the most bags stuffed with the most stuff in the least time. I had a ball and was forever changed with regards to how to approach any type of process design and improvement — especially when the process involves a team or a team of teams.

Following posts in this series will focus on metrics (or what Karl calls “sensing”), worker empowerment, and  the retrospective.

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Posted in Agile on 08/09/2012 01:33 pm
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