Tag Archives: Lean IT

One World – Everybody Likes Projects and Change

While excluding all the specifics, I thought that I would share with you how the statistics for The No Crisis Blog looks like at present – this is an all-time-count.

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#lis2013 Interview Series : Daniel Breston

Daniel Breston is an important figure in Lean IT – see the interview with him here and learn how and why he engaged with Lean in IT. See the video at The Hypertextual: #lis2013 Interview Series : Daniel Breston

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Lean IT: Start Here!

IT people live in a changing world: new technologies appear all the time, new software versions and short lived hardware means that they must spend a lot of effort on just following all changes – and even more on staying … Continue reading

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Steve Bell’s “Run Grow Transform” – More than just Lean IT

The best book available about Lean IT! I suggest that anyone interested in the topic reads this book because it adds that often missing dimension to it: how is the organization actually going to make this work?

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Lean and ITIL – Closing the Gap

After some years with IT Service Management and ITIL being the main topic for improving IT departments, a new word has appeared: Lean. Lean and ITIL, ITIL and Lean. It looks so obvious that both should be considered together – … Continue reading

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Lean IT – Read All About It!

The No Crisis Company Blog is currently running a Lean Literature Quiz, and even though the quiz at the time of writing is only a few days old, it already shows a clear bias towards knowing a lot about “old-school … Continue reading

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Lean Literature Quiz

Do you know your Lean literature? Are you ready to prove it? Try the Lean Literature Quiz and see if you know enough to pass! Have fun with it, and good luck! Btw., there was initially an error in question … Continue reading

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Lean IT, ITSM/ITIL and BI in one sentence :)

Lean IT covers ITSM/ITIL and BI seamlessly Okay, I know that doesn’t say much, but it is one sentence, right?! I put a small quiz out on Twitter (Who can combine #lean #itsm or #itil and #businessintelligence one sentence?), and … Continue reading

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Lean Data for Service – Size Doesn’t Matter!

With so much talking these days about big data, it is easy to feel a bit ashamed of those small data some of us are usually dealing with… But cheer up! Lean comes to rescue 🙂

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BPM Tool Comparison

Just a quick notification, as I noticed a blog posting useful for anyone in the market for buying a Business Process Management (BPM) tool. The blog compares 10 such tools on a number of criteria and lists each tool’s compliance … Continue reading

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Welcome to The No Crisis Blog!

Greetings, everybody! This blog is meant to discuss all the different things necessary to consider before establishing projects or change processes. Most of those end up in failure. And why? For a million reasons, unfortunately, so there exists no one … Continue reading

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