Lean IT is about maximizing customer value and the flow of that value through end-to-end value streams. Lean IT creates the basis for an agile and DevOps way of working. Lean IT focuses on the continuous improvement of IT delivery processes by minimizing waste. Simply put, Lean is about creating more value with fewer resources. Implementing Lean increases IT productivity by an average of 25% within 12 months. In addition, your IT department can work more effectively and transparently, and becomes more relevant to your business colleagues or customers.
This white paper shows how a simple application of Lean IT techniques can break this vicious downward spiral and place IT departments in a process of continual renewal and innovation with the use of four handy and proven solutions:
- Work with simple principles
- Break the work down into small chunks
- Reduce the volume of work in progress
- Reduce the number of silos in the value chain
To learn more, download the whitepaper here.
Bonus Tip: A global standard for Lean IT education and certification, the Lean IT Association provides professionals several degrees of knowledge and competence.
Lean IT Foundation helps IT organizations to ensure that they provide their customers with the best possible services. Through understanding customer value, the processes that deliver this value, the way to manage performance, the way to organize and the required attitude and behaviour,