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Fundamentals of Assurance for Lean Projects

Fundamentals of Assurance for Lean Projects

SKU: 4810
Authors: Christopher Wright
Publishers: ITGP
Format: Softcover
ISBN13: 9781849288989
Pages: 168
Published: 02 Mar 2017
Availability: In Stock

Understand the fundamental concepts of Lean and how they can be applied to any project with this handy book:

  • Explains the jargon behind Lean terminology
  • Provides readers with guidance and tips on performing audits or assurance reviews
  • Describes how Lean integrates with Agile, Kanban and Six Sigma

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An introduction to Lean thinking.


Lean is a mindset rather than a methodology; it is a way of thinking based on practices, strategies, tools and methods that can be applied to maximise value and minimise waste while ensuring that processes achieve corporate goals.

Lean helps organisations in all sectors achieve their objectives by facilitating a long-term culture shift focusing on three fundamental areas: waste , customer value and continuous incremental improvement. A good assurance review will ensure that resources are being applied efficiently and effectively to achieve these objectives.

 

Product overview

Fundamentals of Assurance for Lean Projects explains the fundamental concepts of Lean and how they can be applied to any project, including software development and organisational change.

It explains the jargon and dispels the mystique that surrounds Lean, providing readers with guidance and tips on performing audits or assurance reviews for Lean projects.

It also describes how Lean fits with Agile and Kanban, and how it can be combined with Six Sigma to create an efficient, high-quality approach. The book provides strong practical guidance for those tasked with providing assurance for Lean projects.

Read this book to learn about the approach and principles of Lean, the governance of Lean projects, and Lean audit and review. Topics covered include:

  • The five main Lean principles and their significance.
  • Tools used for root-cause analysis (the five whys and fishbone analysis).
  • Defining and modelling customer value, and innovative responses to customer needs (the Kano model).
  • Common causes of waste and how to improve flow.
  • Customer pull and Kanban mechanisms to manage the associated flow of processing and information.
  • The pursuit of perfection (Kaikaku and Kaizen) and total quality management (TQM).
  • The application of Lean principles to software development.
  • Practical suggestions for approaches to auditing.

As with all books in the Fundamentals Series, Fundamentals of Assurance for Lean Projects introduces the subject and includes references for those who would like to further investigate specific areas.

Fundamentals of Information Risk Management Auditing is part of the Fundamentals Series, co-published by IT Governance Publishing and Information Security Buzz.

About the author

Christopher Wright is a former qualified accountant, Certified Information Systems Auditor and Certified ScrumMaster™ with over 30 years’ experience providing financial and IT advisory and risk management services. For 16 years, he worked at KPMG, where he was head of information risk training in the UK and also ran training courses overseas, including in India and throughout mainland Europe. He managed a number of major IS audit and risk assignments, including project risk and business control reviews. He has worked in a wide range of industry sectors, including oil and gas, the public sector, aviation, and travel. For the past eight years, he has been an independent consultant specialising in financial, SOX and operational controls for major ERP implementations, mainly at oil and gas/utilities enterprises.

He is an international speaker and trainer for Agile audit and governance, and is the author of three other titles, also published by ITGP: Agile Governance and Audit, Reviewing IT in Due Diligence and Fundamentals of Information Risk Management Auditing.

 

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