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A Pecha Kucha given at the Agile2014 conference describing a set of heuristics that can be used to think about the design of kanban systems.

A Pecha Kucha given at the Agile2014 conference describing a set of heuristics that can be used to think about the design of kanban systems.

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  • 1. Heuristics for Kanban Thinking Karl Scotland @kjscotland http://KarlScotland.com http://AvailAgility.co.uk http://kanban-thinking.net
  • 2. Flow Value Potential Study Share Stabilise Sense Search Kanban System Interventions Impacts
  • 3. ? ?
  • 4. Descriptive not Prescriptive
  • 5. Heuristic: involving or serving as an aid to learning, discovery, or problem solving by experimental and especially train-and-error methods. of, or relating to exploratory problem-solving techniques that utilise self-educating techniques (as the evaluation of feedback) to improve performance Mirriam-Webster Dictionary
  • 6. Heuristics Replace Rules
  • 7. Heuristics Support Substitution
  • 8. Heuristics Guide Towards New Possibilities
  • 9. What systemic problem, difficulty or frustration are we trying to address, and who is experiencing it? System
  • 10. What stories might be told about the work going through a perfect process which has reliability and efficiency? Flow Impacts
  • 11. What stories might be told about the work creating an unbeatable product which has validity and effectiveness? Value Impacts
  • 12. What stories might be told about the work being done by passionate people who have flexibility and euphoria? Potential Impacts
  • 13. Flow Value Potential Process Product People Reliability Validity Flexibility Efficiency Effectiveness Euphoria
  • 14. What could be done to learn more about customer and stakeholder needs, the resultant demand, and how that demand is processed? Study Interventions
  • 15. What information is important to share, and how can tokens, the inscriptions on them, and their placements, create a common understanding? Share Interventions
  • 16. What policies could help limit work in process, and remove unnecessary or unexpected delays or rework? Stabilise Interventions
  • 17. What measures and meetings might create insights and guide decisions on potential interventions? Sense Interventions
  • 18. What small experiments could be run to safely learn the impact of different interventions? Search Interventions
  • 19. If we can’t generate 5-10 options for a solution it means we are overly constrained and have too little diversity. Jabe Bloom
  • 20. http://kanban-thinking.net
  • 21. Thank You! Karl Scotland @kjscotland http://KarlScotland.com http://AvailAgility.co.uk http://kanban-thinking.net