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A Kanban Multiverse

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Karl Scotland

on 25 May 2011

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Transcript of A Kanban Multiverse

Visual Management Visualisation The hypothetical set of multiple possible universes that together comprise everything that physically exists: the entirety of space and time, all forms of matter, energy and momentum, and the physical laws and constants that govern them. Variants A Kanban Multiverse The hypothetical set of multiple possible kanban boards that together comprise everything that physically could be visualised: the entirety of scope and time, all forms of work type, status and flow, and the organisational laws and constants that govern them. Meaning Boundary Objects Motivation Visualise Interact Persist Coordination and Alignment Different Meanings Common Point of Reference Purpose Mastery Autonomy Designs Data Translation Plastic Working Agreements Different Simultaneous Concerns Time Series Space Time Narrative Maps Relational Ink Junk Density Scope Time Resource Status Constraints Priority Assumptions Risk Dependencies Issues Quality Demand Capacity Karl Scotland
Rally Software Twitter: @kjscotland
Blog:http://availagility.co.uk
Email: kscotland@rallydev.com References Tom Wujec on 3 ways the brain creates meaning Daniel Pink on the surprising science of motivation Boundary Objects http://www.exampler.com/testing-com/writings/marick-boundary.pdf The Visual Display of Quantitative Information: Edward Tufte http://www.flickr.com/photos/fenoswin/2223822081/
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