The main steps to succeed with Kanban Carrying on our Kanban series, let’s now focus on the recipe for success of Kanban and the included focusing steps. With the approach of Kanban we can change the process of our workflow. Our experience by using it gives us the opportunity to train new employees in working with the… Read more »
What is the Kanban Method? As an introductory example, Anderson writes in his book “Kanban – Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business” about a visit to the Imperial Palace Gardens. When he enters the gardens, he receives a card that he hands back when he leaves the garden. No money transfer involved. Anderson wonders… Read more »
Why is agile management so difficult? David J. Anderson begins as agile manager within the 90’s. The basic goals of this position had always been pretty simple: achieving sustainable work speed while reaching the business targets.
Image source: http://www.gv.com/sprint/img/sprint-diagram.png If you ever worked with classic agile development, you have probably seen the concept of a sprint. Sprint is a set block of time, where a certain amount of tasks have to be completed and ready to be reviewed (or preferably: deployed on production).