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Five Tips for Adopting the Lean Layout

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    According to Stolt, rearranging furniture or breaking down a wall can have a surprisingly positive effect on culture, allowing an organization to drive the transition to lean while facilitating a new way of working that encourages constant innovation, continuous deployment, real-time feedback and open, on-the-level communication. The end result? A better product, often delivered ahead of schedule and under budget.

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Five Tips for Adopting the Lean Layout

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    According to Stolt, rearranging furniture or breaking down a wall can have a surprisingly positive effect on culture, allowing an organization to drive the transition to lean while facilitating a new way of working that encourages constant innovation, continuous deployment, real-time feedback and open, on-the-level communication. The end result? A better product, often delivered ahead of schedule and under budget.

Organizations, both large and small, are going lean. Adopting a lean approach, however, is a huge cultural shift, one that can’t be done overnight. Organizations need to find a starting point that allows them to gradually introduce this new way of streamlining activities into their business. According to Steve Stolt, product owner at Rally Software, one successful, though unexpected, place to start is the office layout.

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