How I Can Help
Hardware or Software?
Yes! I work with both types of development, with a special focus on mixed hardware/software projects. I’m familiar with everything from phase-gate processes to Agile and Lean methods for both hardware and software, and with a variety of process improvement methods. This broad background enables me to propose solutions which capitalize on the strengths of your organization and fit into your current development framework.
Explore this collection of blog posts, articles, and papers on Agile, Lean, quality assurance, and product development. I hope you find something helpful!
Agile software methods aren’t a perfect fit for hardware development. My colleague Katherine Radeka and I explain why in our new book. Join us to learn agile methods which do work in the challenging world of physical products!
Kathy Iberle has been a trusted collaborator since our HP days, and was there at the beginning of the Rapid Learning Cycles framework.Katherine radeka, founder of the rapid learning cycles institute
Recent Blog Posts
Agile software development methods create speed and flexibility in software projects – but why? The answer may surprise you. Agile methods work because they…
Agile methods create speed and flexibility in software projects. Can the same methods also bring more speed and flexibility to hardware projects? Practice has…
Queueing theory is a body of mathematics which predicts how work flowing through an organization will behave. Queueing theory is used to design phone…