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This presentation introduces some of the principles and practices of the IT Kanban Framework. ...

This presentation introduces some of the principles and practices of the IT Kanban Framework.

The presentation is focused very much at the team level and includes real world scenarios and examples.

There are a lot of slides in this presentation but this is mostly due to the inclusion of animations to convey the principles of flow and WIP.

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  • 1. • Visual management of work and workflow.• Clearly define workflow and activities.• Develop in small batches and limit work in progress.• Iterate without time-boxes.• Teams pull work.• Actionable metrics.• Estimate with dynamic range.• Breakdown with limited days.• Team, Programme, Portfolio model for organisational structure.• Strategic and Coordination roadmaps.• ‘Plan – Do – Inspect – Adapt’ model for process improvement.
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