What is operational efficiency
Please, help to understand what is "operational efficiency"?
I remember (if I am not mistaken) that the question about operational efficiency or maybe close to operational efficiency was on my PSPO 1 exam.
From the web:
Operational efficiency is the capability of an enterprise to deliver products or services to its customers in the most cost-effective manner possible while still ensuring the high quality of its products, service and support.
So, in Scrum language, this is the Product Owner's case. For further details, I guess google will help you )))
Thank you Orkhan,
Yes, this question is form PSPO1 exam.
Your answer helped me to understand the question,
Please correct me if I am wrong, operational efficiency = throughput? (whenever someone talks on operational stuff, I immediately think of THE GOAL by Mr. Eli Goldratt. It is an amazing read, funny and educative!)
operational efficiency = throughput?
A team which considers itself to be operationally efficient on the basis of throughput might be very good at delivering lots of the wrong things a great many times.
I think the discussion here should be in a business context.
It's about the ratio between the values and the cost, not about the team's velocity, productivity, and creativity.
Yes, when we say throughput - it has to be something valuable to business or users, otherwise it is just waste - so i guess we are both saying the same thing in different languages?