Episode 77 - Order Versus Overhead
December 03, 2018
Have you stopped to look at the things you do, and questioned the value they add - or subtract - to your ability to achieve?
- Process is neither good nor bad, but process almost never concerns itself with performance; rather, order, certainty and safety
- All process has some overhead, and the overhead is more costly when the activity being modelled is simple. For the most part, processes have to be engineered to be scalable.
- Agile is in many ways the antithesis of process, so be especially wary of complex processes that are “needed” in order to implement or execute Agile