So why on earth have we given our company for the production of Lean and Agile tools that weird name, Heyunka? What does it mean? What does it stand for?
As the date to leave beta approaches, the Waypoint team works harder than ever to deliver you the best Lean and Agile Project Management experience. Based on many reactions and very laudable feedback of our users, we are ironing out last issues and implementing some of the most remarkable ideas and suggestions.
Mature lean organizations use Hoshin Kanri in order to have everyone engaged in continuous improvement. Hoshin Kanri is an extremely simple yet powerful approach –which is not so easily deployed-. We’ve added a Hoshin Kanri sample template to Waypoint, to facilitate its implementation. Simply download the template, customize it and go!
The Lean Product Development Toolkit is the basis of all Lean and Agile Project Management today. It includes the habit of working in Single Piece Flow (one project at a time), working in a One Room (or Obeya) Environment, to have one Chief Engineer responsible for the entire project, to engage in Concurrent Engineering and… »