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Kanban Thinking in a Nutshell

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Karl Scotland

on 17 April 2014

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Transcript of Kanban Thinking in a Nutshell

Impacts
Heuristics
Kanban Thinking in a Nutshell
Kanban
System

Systems
Flow
Value
Potential
Process
Doing the thing right
Efficiency
Reliability
Study
Share
Contain
Sense
Explore
Product
Doing the right thing
Effectiveness
Validity
People
Doing the thing sustainably
Euphoria
Humanity
made by outcomes...
created by outputs
Replace rules
Substitute difficult questions
Guide new possibilities
How can we study the context to get a better understanding?
How can we share a common understanding of our situation?
How can we contain the work with loose constraints?
How can we get a sense of our current capability?
How can we explore the evolutionary potential?
Karl Scotland
http://availagility.co.uk/kanban-thinking
@kjscotland
Mindset -> System
-> Performance
Absorb complexity
Evolve fitness for purpose
Images: http://thenounproject.com/
Compass by Simple Icons from The Noun Project
Light Bulb by Michal Beno from The Noun Project
Drop by Kristen Lehua from The Noun Project
Gauge by Olivier Guin from The Noun Project
Magnifying Glass by Balam Palma from The Noun Project
Diamond by Jordan Delcro from The Noun Project
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