I've put in tens of thousands of hours as a developer, team lead, system architect, scrum master, product owner, business analyst and kanban coach over the last decades at Applied Econometics, MCI Worldcom, American Airlines, Texas Windstorm, Thoughtworks, Pfizer and other organizations.
Like everyone in enterprise technology, I've ended up sipping from the firehose pretty much any day of the week. If I had to sum up my most important contribtion in a nutshell it would be in helping to sort the signal from the noise.
If you think you might find that valuable, or you have something you want to talk over, please reach out.
Per Lööv — "Pipeline Engineer"
Let's agree to define productivity in terms of throughput. We can debate the meaning of productivity in terms of additional measurements of the business value of delivered work, but as Eliyahu Goldratt pointed out in his critique of the Balanced Scorecard, there is a virtue in simplicity. Throughput doesn’t answer all our questions about business value, but it is a sufficient metric for the context of evaluating the relationship of practices with productivity.