This page contains a collection of publications, short self-published booklets, and blog entries on Lean, Agile, process improvement, and software quality.  I hope you find something helpful.

  • If you’re looking for just publications, see my Publications page.
  • If you want to see only blog entries, visit my Blog.

Quality and Throughput Improvement Techniques

Visual Planning Boards and Kanban Boards

Agile and Lean

 Improvement Kata

Software Quality and Testing

Other Useful Sites

Whittier Consulting’s Lean Product Development Resource Center: home of many useful quick references (called “knowledge briefs”), templates, and examples for all aspects of Lean Product Development.

The Scaled Agile Framework.  A collaborative effort by several major players to provide a model for large-scale agile in the enterprise.  The authors include Dean Leffingwell and Alan Shalloway.

Mike Rother’s Improvement Kata.  An iterative process improvement technique which incorporates overall goal-setting, use of the scientific method to decide what to do, and small batch sizes into one coherent package.