That makes sense.
Ozzie Gooen

It’s a value stream mapping tool called eVSM, which is basically a data-rich flow chart.

Here’s a blog post I wrote about it, because most of our users aren’t at a point of being able to use it, so I put this out there for anyone searching, rather than make real documentation.

Audience is tough; this was the simplest way we could think of for specifying the variation, and for evaluating the output. Since we’ve got basically a flowchart, our users don’t necessarily realize they’re giving us a directed graph. On top of that, our calculations are built-in, and use a grammar for referring to different points in the graph relative to a specific node.

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