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KANBAN

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Simon Machin

on 29 September 2016

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Transcript of KANBAN

KANBAN
A method to provoke evolutionary change and continuous improvement in existing systems
Kanban is not....
...A replacement for XP or Scrum
Does not specify
Cadences
Dev practices
Roles
Or rather....
Principles
Start with what you do now
Commit to pursue incremental, evolutionary change
Respect the current process, roles, responsibilities & titles
Leadership at all levels
(The method)
Practices
Visualise Workflow
Limit Work In Progress
Measure and Manage Flow
Make Process Policies Explicit
Improve Collaboratively

Use models & scientific method
Theory of Constraints (Goldratt - The Goal)
Systems Thinking (Deming - Out of the Crisis)
Lean concepts (Toyota
Product
Development)
Kaizen - Continuous Improvement
It's a state of mind - Being agile rather than just doing agile
Guidelines to get going with
Focus on Quality
Reduce Work In Progress
Deliver Often
Balance Demand against Throughput (Pull!)
Prioritise
Attack sources of variability (to improve predictability)

Not a SDLC
Useful resources
Websites
www.limitedwipsociety.ning.com
bit.ly/agilesim - Using stats to predict delivery, 11 data points is enough!
www.everydaykanban.com/
www.leankanbanuniversity.com/
blogs.ripple-rock.com/danbrown/CategoryView,category,Kanban.aspx

Books
Anderson - Kanban (the blue book)
Deming - Out of the crisis
Goldratt - The Goal
Seddon - Freedom from Command and Control: A Better Way to Make the Work Work
Reinertsen - Product Development Flow
...and variability makes it much worse
Stop Starting
Start Finishing
Measuring flow provides feedback about your system (lead time is a useful KPI) - WIP limits and policies enable you to manage it
Why value slack?
High utilization
increases
queue depth
What's a kanban?
A signal card
What's a kanban system?
A system which uses kanban to
pull
work through each stage as it's required
Pull
vs
Push
i.e. improve the capability of the team
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