Personal Kanban :: SAPO Codebits 2012

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Personal Kanban :: SAPO Codebits 2012

  1. 1. Lightning Talk Personal Kanban @ November 2012
  2. 2. Who am I? Pedro Gustavo Torres Graduation in 2002 and Master in 2008 > 10 years of experience in IT industry > 6 years developing > 4 years managing projects > 2 years scrumming Companies worked with: Certifications held:
  3. 3. What is Kanban? Kanban is a tool to visualize, organize, and complete work Started in Toyota (Japan) in the 20th century Literally means Signboard/Billboard in Japanese Works great with other agile methodologies (e.g. Scrum)
  4. 4. What is Personal Kanban? Personal Kaban is a simple way to visualize and control your work It can easily be used in personal stuff just like Kanban can be used in organizations Two golden rules: Visualize your work Limit your work-in-progress (WIP)
  5. 5. How to shift to Personal Kanban? Get things done with a Personal Kanban board: - Backlog - Doing (remember to limit WIP) - Done
  6. 6. Multitasking vs. Task switching Do you think you are great at multitasking? Trust me... you suck at it... like everyone else! We think we multitask but what we really do is task switching We do small parts of all our tasks delaying all of them Avoid multitasking since it is extremely inefficient
  7. 7. Unbeatable proof Right down on a piece of paper: - The first 10 numbers in Arabic (1, 2, 3 ) - The first 10 numbers in Roman (I, II, III ) - The first 10 letters of the Latin alphabet (a, b, c ) Using: - Monotasking (1 sequence at a time) - Task switching (5 items from each sequence then 5 more) - Multitasking (1 item from each sequence at a time) Compare the time you spent using each method
  8. 8. My results Monotasking: 20 seconds Task switching: 23 seconds (+15%) Multitasking: 29 seconds (+45%) How about you give it a try?
  9. 9. Want to know more? Go to Jim Benson’s & Tonianne DeMaria Barry’s personalkanban.com Read their book:
  10. 10. Blog: pedrogustavotorres.com Email: pedro.gustavo.torres@gmail.com Twitter: twitter.com/_pedro_torres My contacts

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