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These are the slides for my Kanban In Action presentation. This particular version was given as part of my "I'm telling you for the last time"-series (see ...

These are the slides for my Kanban In Action presentation. This particular version was given as part of my "I'm telling you for the last time"-series (see http://www.marcusoft.net/2013/11/ImTellingYou.html).

The presentation was recorded and can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufCa1VlItLA

Be sure to check out mine and Joakim Sundens book on Kanban (http://bit.ly/theKanbanBook)

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    Kanban In Action Kanban In Action Presentation Transcript

    • Kanban in Action
    • http://blog.huddle.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/team-building-exercises-improving-teamwork.jpg
    • kanban
    • http://www.youtube.com/aptitudsthlm
    • Bandung
    • What is Lean? 3 min version From http://www.thisislean.com/ ! Niclas Modig, Per Åhlund
    • Flow! efficiency Resource! efficiency
    • Flow! efficiency Resource! efficiency
    • Flow! efficiency Resource! efficiency
    • Flow! efficiency Resource! efficiency
    • Flow! efficiency Resource! efficiency
    • Flow! efficiency Resource! efficiency
    • Flow! efficiency Resource! efficiency
    • Resource! efficiency This is Lean Flow! efficiency
    • Resource! efficiency This is Lean Flow! efficiency
    • Little’s Law Cycle Time = Work-in-Process Avg Completion Rate
    • Little’s Law 1 month = 12 things at the same time 12 / month
    • Little’s Law 0.5 month = 6 things at the same time 12 / month
    • Little’s Law 2 months = 24 things at the same time 12 / month
    • In Software Development
    • Specifications Waiting To Be Implemented
    • Non-Integrated Code
    • http://lh5.ggpht.com/_8SjZZf9L_xM/Sh28HfTKSdI/AAAAAAAAAmc/LAGQYPi3sYI/DSCF8047.JPG
    • Code Not Yet In Production
    • Deployment http://to55er.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/bumpy_road.jpg http://1000awesomethings.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/smooth-road.jpg
    • Deployment http://to55er.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/bumpy_road.jpg http://1000awesomethings.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/smooth-road.jpg http://www.practicalgrace.org/daily/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/exhausted-runner.jpg
    • Limit work in process
    • Smaller Units Of Work
    • Limit Work To Capacity
    • Less Rework
    • Less Waiting
    • Remove Impediments
    • Exploit and Elevate Bottlenecks
    • Cross-Functional Teams
    • Film-time!
    • Kanban Source: http://www.kanban101.com/
    • Why Should I Use Kanban?
    • Kanban in practice
    • Queues as leading indicators
    • Inspect and adapt
    • “What should I do now?”
    • Work Item Types
    • What’s on the card?
    • Managing defects
    • Daily standup
    • Metrics
    • Story Points
    • Real Data
    • Disneyland wait times
    • Start tomorrow!
    • Start tomorrow! • Stop starting, start finishing
    • Start tomorrow! • Stop starting, start finishing • Visualise and study the workflow
    • Start tomorrow! • Stop starting, start finishing • Visualise and study the workflow • Limit WIP and improve lead times
    • Start tomorrow! • Stop starting, start finishing • Visualise and study the workflow • Limit WIP and improve lead times • Monitor flow and use leading indicators such as queue utilisation and bottlenecks
    • Start tomorrow! • Stop starting, start finishing • Visualise and study the workflow • Limit WIP and improve lead times • Monitor flow and use leading indicators such as queue utilisation and bottlenecks • Use metrics to improve
    • Start tomorrow! • Stop starting, start finishing • Visualise and study the workflow • Limit WIP and improve lead times • Monitor flow and use leading indicators such as queue utilisation and bottlenecks • Use metrics to improve • Learn more on
 http://www.limitedwipsociety.org/
    • www.marcusoft.net @marcusoftnet marcus.hammarberg@aptitud.se
    • www.marcusoft.net @marcusoftnet marcus.hammarberg@aptitud.se
    • Recording of this talk http://www.youtube.com/ aptitudsthlm