Deterministic Process Design is a new idea, built on the ideas of:
• MIT Mechanical Engineering -- Deterministic design seeks to minimize unknowns, and to map out a solution path and implementation plan for a product design.
• In mathematics, computer science and physics, a deterministic system is a system in which no randomness is involved in the development of future states of the system.
•In philosophy, a deterministic system, every action produces a reaction, and every reaction causes subsequent reactions. These cascading events can theoretically show exactly how the system will exist at any moment in time.
A specific approach to process design that eliminates randomness and improves consistency of execution by:
in a way that makes the processes automatable, evolutionary, and scalable.
Deterministic Process Design is an activity model and design process design approach that is founded in:
The Three Ways – DevOps’ fundamental principles
1 – Systems Thinking and Flow
2 – Shorten & Amplify Feedback Loops
3 – Culture of Experimentation & Learning