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Lean Transitioning Methodologies

Lean transformation or transitioning of working methodologies is an important component of Transformational Approach and Architecture, which includes lean business-case, lean thinking approach, lean flow, lean best principles, practices and processes, lean discipline competencies, lean tools and techniques, Lean organizational system and structure, and ultimately a lean governance. Lean-Agile establish lean methodologies to provide a...


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A Critical Review of “BRT Project Audit Report” by OGMC

What is expected, when Project Level Risks mentioned by the Sponsor itself get ignored? What kind of final results will be achieved when Detail Engineering Design (DED) of the project is not given appropriate time? What happens, when everything is cut down and set unrealistic targets to meet only political goals? What happens, when made Financial Irregularities...


Agile Practitioner Key Notes

“Agile Practitioner Key Notes” is on sale now

OGMC Publications' new book, “Agile Practitioner Key Notes” is on sale now“This book is the shortest way for the students and professionals who wants to enhance their knowledge, skills and expertise on the Agile transition, Agile culture and Agile handling of projects. This book not only aims to provide quick career boost in a...


“Beyond Agile Boundaries” is on sale now

OGMC Publishing's new book, “Beyond Agile Boundaries” is on sale now “Agile methodologies are newly evolved type of project management which requires close coordination of team members as well as that of the stakeholders and for that concepts of daily meetings and collocated teams is promoted but with advancements in technology, it is getting very...


Introduction to Lean Framework

Lean is an Agile framework that focuses on reducing “waste” involved in any process. “Waste” can be define as any activity involved in a process. Waste can take many forms and is grouped for general understanding by “WIDETOM”; W = Waiting I = Inventory D = Defects E = Extra Processing T = Transportation O = Over Production M = Motion Lean...