Introduction to kanban

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This is the brief introduction I use to introduce teams on the basics of Kanban.

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  • So, why is this combination so important? What’s the common thread?How many people are measuring cycle time?Focus on measuring and reducing cycle times for feedback to continually improve everything you do.Each of these concepts can contribute to reducing cycle time.
  • We create hierarchical organisations with silo’sKanban is a highly effective tool for cutting through organisational silo’s
  • Batch sizeFeedback loopsDeploy more oftenKanban does not replace Agile practices. Kanban is not an Agile methodology. You still need all the other underpinning practices.
  • Introduction to kanban

    1. 1. Introduction to Kanban www.ThoughtWorks.com
    2. 2. Feature COST PROFIT
    3. 3. Waterfall PLAN BUILD TEST REVIEW DEPLOYScrum PLAN PLAN PLAN BUILD BUILD BUILD REVIEW DEPLOY TEST TEST TESTREVIEW REVIEW REVIEWKanbanPLAN PLAN PLAN PLAN PLANBUILD BUILD BUILD BUILD BUILD TEST TEST TEST TEST TESTREVIEW REVIEW REVIEW REVIEW REVIEWDEPLOY DEPLOY DEPLOY DEPLOY DEPLOY
    4. 4. Board Anatomy Backlog Analysis Develop Sys Test Showcase Done Information Radiator
    5. 5. Board Anatomy Backlog Analysis Develop Sys Test Showcase Done WIP DONE Information Radiator Queues
    6. 6. Board Anatomy Backlog Analysis Develop Sys Test Showcase Done WIP DONE WIP DONE Information Radiator Queues
    7. 7. Board Anatomy Backlog Analysis Develop Sys Test Showcase Done WIP DONE WIP DONE Information Radiator Queues Limits (Levers)
    8. 8. Board Anatomy Backlog Input Analysis Develop Sys Test Showcase Done WIP DONE WIP DONE Information Radiator Buffers Queues Limits
    9. 9. Board Anatomy “The last mile” Backlog Input Analysis Develop Sys Test Showcase Done Pre-Live Live WIP DONE WIP DONE Information Radiator Buffers Queues End-to-end Limits
    10. 10. Board Anatomy “The last mile” Portfolio Backlog Input Analysis Develop Sys Test Showcase Done Pre-Live Live WIP DONE WIP DONE Information Radiator Buffers Queues End-to-end Limits
    11. 11. Board Anatomy “The last mile” Portfolio Backlog Input Analysis Develop Sys Test Showcase Done Pre-Live Live WIP DONE WIP DONE Information Radiator Buffers Queues End-to-end Limits Blockers
    12. 12. Planning – Fixed deadline example
    13. 13. Planning – Fixed cost example
    14. 14. Blockers• Use magenta post-its to signify a blocker• Write the reason for the blocker• Focus on unblocking!• Don’t throw away.
    15. 15. Defects WIP Queue WIP Queue WIP Queue Dev Test Pre-LiveIn Progress In Progress In Progress Done Done Done
    16. 16. A different kind of daily stand-up
    17. 17. Daily stand-up, 40 people, 7 mins
    18. 18. Waste visualisation
    19. 19. The fallacy of overtime Analysis Develop System Test Showcase “The last mile” Backlog INPUT WIP DONE WIP DONE WIP DONE WIP DONE Pre-Live Live
    20. 20. The fallacy of overtime Analysis Develop System Test Showcase “The last mile” Backlog INPUT WIP DONE WIP DONE WIP DONE WIP DONE Pre-Live Live
    21. 21. Further Information www.IanCarroll.com

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