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Intro
Kanban
Evolutionary change through visualization,
flow management and collaboration
Agenda
19:00 – Welcome & Talk: Intro to Kanban
19:35 – Stories: Flavius & Alex
19:50 – Open Space Intro + market place
20:...
Let's get to know each other
Us
Tokio Imperial Palace – East Garden
19451903 1937 1957
Fortran
1970 1986
TheNewNewProduct
DevelopmentGame
...
...
2007
FirstKanbanteam
(visualization,limitWIP...
What is Kanban?
Change management tool with six properties
– Visualize your workflow
– Limit work in progress
– Measure an...
Understand how you work
Brainstorm
idea
Detail
idea
Sketch UI Code Test Deploy
Visualize work to coordinate
Ideas Features UI design Code Test Deploy
Limit WIP
Ideas Features (5) UI design (4) Code (2) Test (1) Deploy (5)
Focus on flow
Add support
for Romanian
Started on: 20 Jan
Finished: 24 Jan
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Cycle Time
Explicit policies
Ideas Features (5) UI design (4) Code (2) Test (1) Deploy (5)
Refactored
Code Review
Prioritize work
Ideas Features (5) UI design (4) Code (2) Test (1) Deploy (5)
Most important
Deliver often
Sep 2008 – Jan 2013
Meetings
● Daily Meeting
● Release Planning
● Queue Replenishment
● Retrospectives
● Demos
Physical Board or Software?
Physical Board
+ Very flexible
+ Visible - team room
+ Enhances collaboration
- Requires compu...
Why Kanban?
● Minimally invasive – Start with what you have
● Balance demand with capacity
● Foster collaboration
● Focus ...
THANKS!
flavius.stef@mozaicworks.com
@FlaviusStef
alex.bolboaca@mozaicworks.com
@alexboly
Picture credits
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaimeperez/2753098339/in/phot
ostream/
●
http://thenounproject.com/noun/scr...
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  1. 1. Intro Kanban Evolutionary change through visualization, flow management and collaboration
  2. 2. Agenda 19:00 – Welcome & Talk: Intro to Kanban 19:35 – Stories: Flavius & Alex 19:50 – Open Space Intro + market place 20:00 – First Open Space slot 20:20 – Debrief first Open Space slot 20:30 – Second Open Space slot 20:50 – Debrief second Open Space slot 21:00 – Closing
  3. 3. Let's get to know each other
  4. 4. Us
  5. 5. Tokio Imperial Palace – East Garden
  6. 6. 19451903 1937 1957 Fortran 1970 1986 TheNewNewProduct DevelopmentGame ... ... 2007 FirstKanbanteam (visualization,limitWIP) 2001 1993 FirstScrumteam (self-org.,cross-func., sprints) 1997 FirstXPteam(unit Testing,userstories, cont.integration) 2003 1991 'lean'
  7. 7. What is Kanban? Change management tool with six properties – Visualize your workflow – Limit work in progress – Measure and manage flow – Make policies explicit – Implement feedback loops – Improve collaboratively, evolve experimentally
  8. 8. Understand how you work Brainstorm idea Detail idea Sketch UI Code Test Deploy
  9. 9. Visualize work to coordinate Ideas Features UI design Code Test Deploy
  10. 10. Limit WIP Ideas Features (5) UI design (4) Code (2) Test (1) Deploy (5)
  11. 11. Focus on flow Add support for Romanian Started on: 20 Jan Finished: 24 Jan 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Cycle Time
  12. 12. Explicit policies Ideas Features (5) UI design (4) Code (2) Test (1) Deploy (5) Refactored Code Review
  13. 13. Prioritize work Ideas Features (5) UI design (4) Code (2) Test (1) Deploy (5) Most important
  14. 14. Deliver often Sep 2008 – Jan 2013
  15. 15. Meetings ● Daily Meeting ● Release Planning ● Queue Replenishment ● Retrospectives ● Demos
  16. 16. Physical Board or Software? Physical Board + Very flexible + Visible - team room + Enhances collaboration - Requires computations Board Software - Board hard to change - Do you look at it? + Automates computations + Accessible remotely
  17. 17. Why Kanban? ● Minimally invasive – Start with what you have ● Balance demand with capacity ● Foster collaboration ● Focus on improvements ● Get stuff done sooner ● Proven successful elsewhere
  18. 18. THANKS! flavius.stef@mozaicworks.com @FlaviusStef alex.bolboaca@mozaicworks.com @alexboly
  19. 19. Picture credits ● http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaimeperez/2753098339/in/phot ostream/ ● http://thenounproject.com/noun/scroll/#icon-No1629 ● http://thenounproject.com/noun/scroll/#icon-No485
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