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Lead time: Applying Little’s Law to track it

Lead time: Applying Little’s Law to track it

“The average number of work items in a stable system is equal to their average completion rate, multiplied by their average time in the system.” ~ John Little, 1961   The text above is from "A Proof for the Queuing Formula" by Little, J. D. C. (1961). It is knows...

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7 ways to track lead time

7 ways to track lead time

7 Ways To Track Lead-Time from paulocaroli   Abstract: Measuring lead time is important and is a key performance indicator (KPI) that every Agile team should track. Poor lead time causes bottlenecks in the team production flow, inefficiencies, delay costs, not to...

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Little Law, cycle time and throughput

Little Law, cycle time and throughput

In this blog entry I talk about whisky and Little Law. While sitting at my dining table I was thinking about a way to explain Little Law, cycle time and throughput. This idea came to mind once I did pour myself a glass of whisky. It was the last dose of a Macallan 12...

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7 ways to track lead time

Lead Time and bananas

Following the same convention from the Agile manifesto, I have came up with a new one: Leat Time and throughput over estimation and velocity Basically I want to emphasize the importance to measure and to act upon reducing leat time and improving throughput for the...

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