Cognitive Skills: The Impact on a Lean-Agile Workplace

Cognition is defined as a mental action or process of acquiring knowledge through thought, experience, and senses. In a workplace that employs lean-agile concepts, having cognitive skills are important if you strive to make product development and management processes more seamless. Many workplace demands require cognition when solving problems and moving products from ideation to

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Lean and Agility: Different Yet Complementary

When exploring project management concepts, lean and agile strategies often come hand-in-hand. Both are related to some extent. Each explores logistics of the product development process, promoting collaboration, evaluating the parallels between value and productivity, as well as coping with the chaos that comes with the process. While lean and agile concepts are complementary to

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