Joe Regenstein, CPA, FPAC

What I Learned About Agile Process Improvement

In many organizations people are satisfied with just getting things done without regard to more efficiency or higher quality results. Anyone who is merely competent looks heroic when firefighting.

Improvements should be based on:

We want Employees to take ownership and be accountable for improvements. They are closer to the processes and directly impacted. In addition, improvements could result in elimination of steps and processes all together. This needs to be identified early to let the employees impacted know how they will be redeployed.

Factors necessary for success:

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