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Continuous Improvement is Always the Glue

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Corey Ladas makes an interesting observation in Scrumban, pp. 73:

Continuous improvement is always the glue that binds the social contract of the lean organization. Everybody is expected to improve, at all times.

Corey’s observation is quite relevant to the commitment proposed in the posts A Social Contract for Agile and Addition to the Social Contract:

Commit to invest in Agile training ; apply the training to employees who  might be affected by forthcoming layoffs just as you apply it to those likely to be kept with the company. 

The commitment discussed in these posts is an ingredient of the glue Corey writes about.

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Written by israelgat

July 1, 2009 at 9:39 pm

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