Kanban in 5 minutes measure and manage flow kaizen WIP kaikaku flow value stream mapping visualize work flow cycle time lead time throughput TPS build failed CFDcreated byZsolt Fabók (firstname.lastname@example.org) August 3, 2011 @ Bp New Tech Meetup
Before saying anything:"I promise not to exclude from consideration any idea based on its source,but to consider ideas across schools and heritages in order to find theones that best suit the current situation." This means the end of statements like “That’s no good – it’s notagile / object-oriented / pure / etc…”, but rather a discussionabout whether an idea (agile or plan-driven or impure orwhatever) works well in the conditions of the moment.
Kanban is a method for developmentwith a set of principles. Kanban ○ doesnt exist alone ○ requires an existing process or or + or
The core principles of Kanbanvisualize theworkflow measureand manage flow improvecollaboratively (using models & the limit thescientific method)work in progress (WIP)make process policies explicit
The feedback is the key for betterproducts, not the method... ...more precisely: faster feedback
Measure and manage flow Spent time + or Agewaiting effective work cycle time (repetition!) lead time
The goal is......to find the reason behind ...and to reduce and/orwaiting and repetition... manage ithamster effect wrong * delivery cadence Littles lawprioritisation weekend rush batching cost of delaydefects slow builds manual prioritisation MMF task orientedbuilds dependencies late dynamic daily stand upintegration no prioritisation markcadence context ageing service level agreementswitching changing avatars explicit definition of missingrequirements done criteriadelivery strategy* smaller fonts indicate common or already discussed issues
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