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Agile kanban overview

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Its all about the spirit of Kanban

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Agile kanban overview

  1. 1. Its all about the spirit of Kanban Agile Kanban - Overview R Ragavendra Prasath
  2. 2. My identity ▪ R Ragavendra Prasath ▪ ragavendraprasath@gmail.com ▪ Husband, Son, Friend, Student, Growth hacker, Employee, Volunteer, Product Hunter, Process, Technology, Chocolate & Coffee Enthusiast…!
  3. 3. Disclaimer ▪ All the slides given here are for information purposes only. Not for commercial. ▪ Created for the benefit of the Agile / Users as a contribution to the society. ▪ Used under Creative Common License.
  4. 4. What’s inside! ▪ What is Kanban? ▪ Why Kanban? ▪ Why Kanban @ L3 ▪ Principles ▪ Practices ▪ Values ▪ How @ L3 ▪ What will we measure? ▪ Lets start
  5. 5. What is Kanban ▪ Kanban is a method for defining, managing and improving services delivering knowledge work. ▪ A delivery flow system that controls the amount of work in progress using visual signals ▪ Stop starting and start finishing! ▪ Pull system
  6. 6. Why Kanban ▪ Visually see work in progress ▪ Instantly understand impediments (things causing you to delay) and take steps to remove them ▪ Improve communication between yourself and others on your team ▪ Empower teams to self-manage visual processes and work flows ▪ Inspire team collaboration ▪ Better risk management ▪ Eliminate overburdening ▪ Evolutionary change
  7. 7. Why Kanban @ L3 Inspiration from Microsoft XIT Team @ Hyderabad
  8. 8. Core Kanban Values . Principles . Practices
  9. 9. Values 1) Transparency 2) Balance 3) Collaboration 4) Customer focus 5) Flow 6) Leadership 7) Understanding 8) Agreement 9) Respect
  10. 10. Principles 1) Start with what you do now 2) Agree to pursue incremental, evolutionary change 3) Respect the current process, roles, responsibilities and titles 4) Leadership at all levels
  11. 11. Principles (elongated) ▪ 3 change management principles 1) Start with what you do now – Understanding the current processes, as actually practiced – Respecting existing roles, responsibilities and job titles 2) Agree to purse improvement through evolutionary change 3) Encourage acts of leadership at every level, from individual contributor to senior management
  12. 12. Principles (elongated) ▪ 3 service delivery principles 1) Understand and focus on your customers needs and expectations 2) Manage the work; let people self organize around it 3) Your organization is an ecosystem of independent services, steered by its polices; reflect regularly on their effectives and improve them.
  13. 13. Practices 1) Visualize ▪ Split the work into pieces, write each item on a card and put on the wall ▪ Use named columns to illustrate where each item is in the workflow 2) Limit Work In Progress (WIP) ▪ Assign explicit limits to how many items may be in progress at each workflow state 3) Manage flow ▪ Flow of work items through each state in the workflow should be monitored and reported - often referred to as Measuring Flow ▪ speed of movement and the smoothness of that movement ▪ Measure lead time and cycle time Properties!
  14. 14. Practices 4) Make policies explicit ▪ This helps team members and stakeholders understand what’s expected ▪ Thereby, reducing confusion and enabling greater process consistency ▪ Until the mechanism of a process is made explicit, it can be difficult to engage in meaningful discussion about how to improve it ▪ Common understanding of how the work should be done 5) Implement feedback loops ▪ evolutionary process cannot work without feedback loops ▪ 4 specific practices for feedback: – Standup meeting – Delivery planning review – Operations review – Risk review 6) Improve collaboratively, evolve experimentally ▪ Discuss about Things which impede flow and introduce perturbations that mean flow is inconsistent or ragged
  15. 15. Kanban @ L3 Support How do we do it
  16. 16. Types of work ▪ Tickets / issues ▪ Service requests / queries / CRs ▪ System improvements
  17. 17. Structure Expedite P3 (10) (Backlog) P2 (7) P1(5) To do Gather more info RCA Impact Coding Unit Testing Code review Released to Testing On hold = Tickets / Issues = Service requests / queries / CRs = System improvements Done 3 2 4
  18. 18. Post-it tracking Case ID: Description: Who: Priority On board Deadline
  19. 19. Metrics ▪ SLA ▪ Lead time / Cycle time ▪ Throughput / Delivery rate (Cards completed/day) ▪ Continuous Improvement ▪ Also measure (in the near future) ▪ Service level expectation: what the customer expects ▪ Service level capability: what the system can deliver ▪ Service level agreement: what is agreed with the customer ▪ Service fitness threshold: the service level below which the service delivery is unacceptable to the customer
  20. 20. Lets start Kanban @ L3
  21. 21. To-Dos ▪ Mention the tasks in the Kanban board ▪ Perform daily standup ▪ Roles ▪ Decide Kanban captain for the week. ▪ Service Manager – (Service Request Manager) Responsible for understanding customer needs and expectations of customers, and for selecting and ordering work items accordingly – (Service Delivery Manager) Responsible for the flow of work in delivering selected items to customers ▪ Gather feedback and start working on the continuous improvement. ▪ Stop starting and start finishing!
  22. 22. Bibliography ▪ Book titled ' Essential-Kanban-Condensed-Guide’ by David J Anderson ▪ Article titled ‘From Worst to Best in 9 Months: Implementing a Drum-Buffer-Rope Solution in Microsoft’s IT Department’ by David J. Anderson & Dragos Dumitriu, Microsoft Corporation, November 2005 Courtesy to the Authors
  23. 23. Thank you so much! Made with

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