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  • Kanban Basics of Beginners kaizen WIP kaikaku flow value stream mapping visualize work flow cycle time lead time throughput TPS build failed CFD created by Zsolt Fabók me@zsoltfabok.com October 25, 2011 @ twitter: @ZsoltFabok evoline, Cluj Napoca, RO
  • reference: http://alistair.cockburn.us/Oath+of+Non-Allegiance
  • The Originphoto: http://softwarecreation.org/2009/reliable-software-development-process-the-toyota-way/
  • The Traditional Wayphoto: http://blog.jonasbandi.net/2009/09/passionate-developer-i-do-like-my.html http://thepaisano.wordpress.com/2008/03/03/free-microsoft-project-clone/
  • Our Company Boardphoto: Digital Natives (http://digitalnatives.hu), Company wide Kanban Board
  • Visualize the Workflow
  • Limit the Work in Progress
  • Measure and Manage Flow working timecycle time queued timelead time
  • Now we know where we are now: visualized and measuredLean principles: ● Respect for People, Continuous Improvement (kaizen)Last two Kanban principles: ● make process policies explicit, improve collaboratively We want to be better (quality) and faster
  • Kanban is a method for development with a set of principles! Kanban ○ doesnt exist alone ○ requires an existing process or or + or
  • Case Study I: Inefficiency and Quality Issues ... period n-1 period n Flowavg lead time 5 19 10avg waiting time 78% 92% 95%estimation precision 51% 78% 65%throughput 3/12 0/10 42/60moving items back 3 13 26
  • Case Study II: SLA for Planningphoto: Digital Natives (http://digitalnatives.hu), SLA board
  • Finally, Our Current Boardphoto: Digital Natives (http://digitalnatives.hu), playertise team Kanban board
  • Thank you very much for your attention! For more check out my website: http://zsoltfabok.com/ or follow me on RSS: http://www.zsoltfabok.com/ blog/?feed=rss2 and Twitter: @ZsoltFabok