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  1. 1. Marian STEFANOVICI
  2. 2.  What is Kanban?  Basic rules  Conclusions
  3. 3.  Kanban is a tool for managing the flow of materials or information (or whatever) in a process. Having too many parts on hand or too much work in process ( WIP ) is also a form of waste.  Kanban is a tool to learn and manage an optimal flow of work within the process.
  4. 4.  Visual Workflow a visual representation of the process lets you to see exactly how tasks change from “not done” to “done”. Kanban can be used if there are just a few steps ( to do, doing, done).
  5. 5.  Limit Work in Process get more done by doing less. It is a powerful idea that has been proven time and time again to be true. There is a limit to the number of things you can be working on and still do them well, and that limit is often lower than you think.
  6. 6.  Measure and Improve Flow – improvement should always be based on objective measurements. Finding and applying good metrics is usually a difficult step, but a few simple measures can give you the information you need to tweak your process to optimize flow and maximize efficiency.
  7. 7.  Using Kanban you can improve your workflow ◦ Optimize flow and maximize efficiency ◦ Take a good decisions in time ◦ Offer support to others colleagues in a similar situation in which you have worked. ◦ Focus on done things not on doing things, this means that you must slip your work in pieces and finish each piece.