- Feedback is, to a large-extent, what Agile is all about. It is about getting continuous feedback quickly and frequently as possible (at all levels of scale) to promote collaboration and synergy and synthesis of the knowledge we gain thru learning and discovery so we can validate it early and often.
- Flow is what "Lean" is all about. It is about ensuring smooth continuous flow of the value stream, from creation thru delivery, and eliminating redundancy and waste wherever possible.
- Friction is what "TOC" is all about: identifying and removing the constraints that impose friction on the flow of value and the feedback cycle of discovery and learning.
What do you think? How far off the mark is this? How badly am I oversimplifying?