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The Easy Road to FLOW Goes through a Town named LEAN
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| by Donald G. Reinertsen Follow 0 Followers on May 18, 2010 |

This keynote explores the foundation that lean manufacturing provides and the key areas that must be extended. Manufacturing tasks are repetitive, homogeneous, and bounded; most development tasks are not. If we seek to achieve flow, the ideas of lean manufacturing are a superb starting point. However, if we think of them as our final destination, they will ultimately only block our progress.


Don Reinertsen’s contribution to the management of product development is recognized internationally. Don is particularly noted for bringing fresh perspectives and quantitative rigor to development process management. His book, ‘Managing the Design Factory’, is recognized as a powerful and thoughtful application of manufacturing thinking to product development.

Lean Software and Systems Conference 2010 — the place to learn about Lean, Pull Systems and Kanban. Understand how established industrial engineering theory can apply to software development process. The conference will assist organizations that depend on software – from start-ups to those that build complex, software intensive products, systems & services – with the application of Lean Thinking throughout the enterprise.

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