Understanding Kanban Thinking

A session at Lean Agile Scotland

Friday 21st September, 2012

10:10am to 10:55am (GMT)

Much software and systems development involves a complex mix of people, teams, technologies, skills, architectures, and organisational structures that must all interact for initiatives to achieve their goals. However, many organisations struggle to scale up agile approaches for their various programs, products, and services. This talk introduces a model for evolving the design of a contextually appropriate Kanban System in these situation. It will show what to consider for the design a Kanban System by studying the current development process, reaching an initial system understanding, sharing that understanding, putting limits in place, sensing how the system is performing, and continually learning from the system to guide improvements.

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Karl Scotland

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Lean Agile Scotland

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Time 10:10am10:55am GMT

Date Fri 21st September 2012

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