How do Waypoint and Lean and Agile relate (or map) to the development cycle in a DTAP (Development, Testing, Acceptance and Production) environment?
As a result of ongoing feedback, we are excited to announce a number of new features and improvements in Waypoint. Read on for details about Waypoint’s new client code generator, improved dialogs, avatars and more.
Lean & Agile Project Managers like to have everyone working simultaneously on one project a time, in one room or obeya. Often, that’s simply impossible. Waypoint is designed to help you out.
Scoop, Muck and Dizzy and Roley too. Lofty and Wendy join the crew. Bob and the gang have so much fun. Working together, they get the job done!
Waypoint Release 17 is out now! This Release is a true milestone for the Waypoint team and, as we believe, specially for those who use it as much as we do. First, because in this Release we’ve taken Waypoint out of beta. Second, because we’ve leapfrogged the interaction design, adding intuitive wizards for your project… »
One of the primordial concerns of many managers is to be in control of their projects. Everyone knows that projects have a great risk of running out of hand, either in terms of time or in terms of budget. Lean & Agile Project Management delivers such control, faster and better than any other method around.
In Lean and Agile organizations teams are in charge of the delivery of the entire product or service. That’s very different from other organizations, where individual specialists have learned to take responsibility for only their specialized contributions and where project managers are hired for coordination.
New products, tools, cities, buildings, roads, works of art, books… They used to be designed and developed only once, according to a grand master plan. And meant to stay. Today, we’re witnessing a transition to a different approach: To iterative development.
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!