Agile and the Theory of Constraints Part 1

Posted by: Eric Gunnersons C# Compendium, on 25 Apr 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I’ve been spending some time over the past few months exploring the lean side of the house and looking for things I can adapt into the agile side of the house. The most interesting thing I found was the theory of constraints. After spending some time writing this, I realized that I need to split...

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