Chapter 8. Visual Controls and Information Radiators for Enterprise Teams
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” —Anonymous
“If you can’t see it, you really can’t improve it.” —Alan Shalloway
“If it ain’t visible, we ain’t working on it.” —Guy Beaver
In This Chapter
This chapter discusses several of the most important visual controls in the Lean-Agile toolkit. A visual control is used by teams and management to make progress visible to all, to help identify impediments to progress, and to keep everyone focused on delivering value. The purpose of each visual control is described in this chapter; however, the specifics about how to create and implement them are left to other resources. After exploring each visual control, we conclude ...
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