The Non-Repetitive Work Fallacy

The Non-Repetitive Work Fallacy

It is not uncommon to hear people say that software development is non-repetitive work where the work always unique and rarely repeat.  It is not uncommon to hear people say that software development is a craft, an act of design and even divine inspiration and that we therefore can learn from other industries that is described as repetitive.

I think this is a fallacy, a fallacy I call the Non-Repetitive Work Fallacy.

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Toyota Kata PodCast – Habits for Continuous Learning and Improvement

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I had the great please to have parts of my session Toyota kata in knowledge work to be featured in the Toyota Kata PodCast episode 7 as Toyota Kata – Habits for Continuous Learning and Improvement.

You can listen and sign up for the podCast here or listen directly to episode 7 here.

You can also watch the video version produced by Mike Rother.

A big thank you to Mark Graban and Mike Rother for all the work of editing and the new and improved SlideDeck.