You have probably heard that keeping your simultaneous work in process (WiP) low will greatly improve your time to market. But, did you know that keeping your WiP low can have up to a 4x effect on quality? Many people understand that low WiP has benefits for the few initiatives that get done first because they start delivering value sooner. What people don’t often realize is low WiP also has advantages for the work that starts later. Sally Elatta from AgilityHealth discusses with Larry Maccherone the many benefits of low WiP and the effects on quality.