Product Management and Systems Thinking — Arne Roock
When working in a medium-sized or large organization, usually a lot of different teams/departments are involved in developing and especially maintaining a successful product. Often the challenge is not so much to make single teams/departments more efficient. Instead, it’s mostly about how teams/departments interact with each other. Poor performance (long lead times, low quality, rework, customer dissatisfaction) resulting from a lack of efficient inter-team collaboration can be observed in many different organizations.
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For many 21st century companies software provides competitive advantage. Delivering software faster and of a higher quality has a direct impact on the business bottom line. But according to the Standish Groups CHAOS report only a third of projects are successful with two thirds being late, cancelled or not delivering the functionality requested. The business process of software delivery is broken and it is time to fix it, it is time to apply Lean to the business process of software delivery.