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    • The Kanban StoryUps and Downs of Implementing Kanban
      Starring
      Pawel Brodzinski as Narrator
      The Team as Themselves
    • Once Upon a Time In Central Europe
      Once upon a time in central Europe there was a small cross-functional team, which striven after building good software despite issues they faced along the way…
    • In the Meantime In Alternative Reality…
      …there was a team which dealt with maintenance projects…
      …there was a team which was doing project fire fighting all the time trying to escape a death march…
      …there was a team with crazy product manager changing his mind all the time…
      …there was a team working on multiple concurrent small projects…
    • Underground
      Allegedly
      high-quality
      software
      Never-finished tasks
      Ever-changing priorities
      Chaotic product management
    • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Kanban But Were Afraid to Ask
      Henrik Kniberg &
      Mattias Skarin
      http://www.infoq.com/minibooks/kanban-scrum-minibook
    • It Happened One Night
      Single afternoon, 3 rules, 1 tool
    • The Kanban Is Not Enough
      Garbage in – garbage out
      Kanban is not a project management methodology
    • Toy Story
    • In the Meantime In Alternative Reality…
      Adjust tools for people, not people for tools
      There is no such thing as the best engineering approach
    • Groundhog Day
    • Sherlock Holmes
      The puzzle:
      How should we do (insert pretty much anything here)?
      The answer:
      I don’t know, experiment!
    • The Incredibles
      Co-location!
      No-meeting culture
      Best engineering practices
    • Monsters, Inc.
      Version control
      Deployment
      Code ownership
      Product management
      Setting right limits
    • Love Actually
      If you happen to
      • hate unnecessary formalisms
      • work in a small team of disciplined engineers
      • experience priority changes all the time
      • avoid implementing methods by the book
      • start simple and improve over time
      you may actually fall in love with Kanban
    • No Country For Old Men
      If you happen to
      • follow detailed process of the rest of your organization
      • work with engineers who don’t care much about craftsmanship
      • work with primadonnas
      • be a part of distributed team
      • avoid experimenting
      you may find you are too ‘old’ for Kanban country
    • Based on a true story http://blog.brodzinski.com/2009/10/kanban-story.html
      Pawel Brodzinski
      pawel.brodzinski@gmail.com
      http://blog.brodzinski.com
      http://twitter.com/pawelbrodzinski
      http://vsoft.pl