Kanban Alone Is Not Enough

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In terms of best practices and rules Kanban prescribes close to nothing which means that choosing it as your project management approach usually requires additional techniques in place to achieve a …

In terms of best practices and rules Kanban prescribes close to nothing which means that choosing it as your project management approach usually requires additional techniques in place to achieve a success. On the other hand specific set of practices used by a team depends much on a project and business environment which makes Kanban a good choice in variety of different situations.

The session describes Kanban surroundings discussing different aspects related to software development, product management and project management in Kanban teams. Real-life scenarios used in presentation focus on areas which Kanban leaves open or customizable. Possible solutions are proposed which can be applicable in different situations.

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  • 1. Kanban is not enough Pawel Brodzinski @pawelbrodzinski http://blog.brodzinski.com http://vsoft.pl/
  • 2. Kanban is a simple tool
  • 3. What do you get from Kanban?
  • 4. And what do you have to deal with by yourself?
  • 5. Is that true? Well, almost
  • 6. Fine, Kanban is not enough What now?
  • 7. Screw product management and you screw the product
  • 8. Dealing with product backlog
  • 9. The cost of managing backlog
  • 10. Efficiently delivered crap is still crap
  • 11. The best approach doesn’t exist
  • 12. Adjust methods for people not people for methods
  • 13. When in Rome do like Romans do
  • 14. The dark side of project management
  • 15. Fixed-price makes me sleapless
  • 16. Estimation Yeah, we suck at that
  • 17. How is your team organized?
  • 18. Fix your team you’ll fix much more
  • 19. And what about cross- functionality?
  • 20. Kanban is not enough
  • 21. Is it about Kanban anyway?
  • 22. There is no silver bullet
  • 23. Thank you Questions?