Masterclass: Rev Up Your Dev Teams Using Theory Of Constraints (USA)


Your execs say your dev teams are too slow, that you’re holding the entire company back. They want you to speed up, but everyone’s already so busy, and you can’t hire more devs. Your product team agree, but they’re not engaged. And you’re stuck in the middle.

Dates Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 20:00 to 22:00
Venue Webinar
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Event details:

Most people think bottlenecks are a bad thing. They are when they’re not managed. They slow you down and cause rework and chaos. But when they’re managed, they’re like a secret turbo-charge button hidden deep inside your Dev teams, that normally no one can see it because they’re all so busy.

This Business of Software Masterclass led by Clarke Ching will teach you how to speed up your dev teams without hiring more devs. You will come with some understanding of the theory of constraints and the challenges you currently face in your organisation and leave with a clear understanding of what that means for you in practical terms in your own situation.

The Masterclass is limited to just 12 attendees, to ensure attendees get maximum interaction time with Clarke.

You Will Learn

  • A simpler, modernised version of the Theory of Constraints, that’s been specifically adapted to work with modern Agile teams.
  • How to speed up your Dev teams, without hiring more Devs.
  • The secret to using Goldratt’s ToC in software development. You cannot learn this by reading The Goal, or any other book.
  • How to use ToC strategically by creating what’s called a U-Shaped team – a team built up around a strategically placed bottleneck.

Dates & times

This BoS Masterclass will take place in two 2-hour sessions in the same week. You will be also be set 1 hour of work to be completed before the first session.

Session 1: 12pm-2pm PT / 3pm-5pm ET, Tuesday 21 July 2020
Session 2: 12pm-2pm PT / 3pm-5pm ET, Thursday 23 July 2020

 

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To see details of this and other classes: https://businessofsoftware.org/masterclasses/

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