Saturday 22nd September, 2012
11:25am to 12:10pm
Systemic Flow Mapping is a technique for visualising organisation-wide flow, bottlenecks, and constraints across multiple delivery teams and departmental boundaries. Its aim is to provide enlightenment into wasteful, inefficient, and stressful workplaces helping to inform and shape organisational change using Kanban. Systemic Flow Mapping facilitates the implementation of Kanban at scale showing the negative systemic impact of local optimisation and provides insight into the wider implications and decisions in organisational structure and flow.
Currently introducing Kanban and Agile to organisations across the UK. Free insight on my blog: http://iancarroll.com | SAFe | Scrum | Lean | DSDM | Portfolio bio from Twitter
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