TameFlow: Integrating Kanban, the Theory of Constraints and More

As an executive, have you wondered why business agility is not directly measured as revenue improvement? Whether ‘management by exception’ could replace all those agile meetings? As a project manager, have you dreamed of a real-time signaling system to manage risky initiatives? As a coach, have you wanted more from Kanban – purposeful evolution with focus and leverage? As a developer, have you ever longed for creative peace of mind at work, the ability to focus on one thing at a time?

This webinar, presented by Minton Brooks, is about Steve Tendon’s TameFlow approach, a way of thinking that integrates David Anderson’s Kanban Method with Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints. The talk will cover TameFlow’s mental models and key concepts in the context of real-world problems, with lessons learned from 20 years of large-enterprise coaching.

About the Presenter:

MintonMinton has been coaching nonstop for the past 20 years, through the evolution of many frameworks and approaches to business agility: Ivar Jacobson’s Objectory (from a pre-coaching startup in the 90s), the Rational Unified Process, Scrum, the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), Kanban, XSCALE, the Theory of Constraints, TameFlow and more. All but two of his clients have been Fortune 100 companies.

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