Three Myths About Value Stream Management, Busted

In this way, VSM tools can help business leaders justify the expense of training, process changes, new headcount etc. We’ll need to invent better value stream management tools to prevent people from unfairly blaming coworkers. MYTH 2: VALUE STREAM MANAGEMENT RESULTS IN FINGER-POINTING AND TREATING DEVELOPERS LIKE COGS There are some who argue that value […]

In this way, VSM tools can help business leaders justify the expense of training, process changes, new headcount etc. We’ll need to invent better value stream management tools to prevent people from unfairly blaming coworkers. MYTH 2: VALUE STREAM MANAGEMENT RESULTS IN FINGER-POINTING AND TREATING DEVELOPERS LIKE COGS There are some who argue that value stream management gives stakeholders across the company in every department too much visibility into how software teams are performing. Value stream management approaches have also been accused of turning software delivery into a factory assembly line, where developers lack autonomy and end up hating their job.
Source: CloudBees