Kanban
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Kanban

Getting Started with Kanban
Kanban for skeptics
Holy Land Kanban
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All in one place, save on all three best-selling LeanPub books on the Kanban Method for software development.

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Getting Started with Kanban

Getting Started with Kanban

Get started with the Kanban Method in 30 minutes
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Finding ways to do things more efficiently is becoming a necessity - no matter what business you’re in. While Lean methodologies were developed in manufacturing environments, many Lean principles can be applied to any kind of business or activity; from software development to accounting systems to household chores.This short book introduces the core concepts of kanban and offers a step by step guide to getting started with kanban. This is a good place to start if you're interested in learning the Kanban Method. Using the lessons in this book, you will be able to begin using kanban to improve your process quality, visibility, and predictability. It's designed to be just enough to get you started with Kanban for organizing and improving software or other types of projects.

Kanban for skeptics

Kanban for skeptics

Clear answers to Kanban in software development
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In my daily job as a change agent, I constantly need to reassure people that the path we follow is worthwhile traveling. This need is often expressed in the form of critique and difficult questions. When I coach Agile teams, this is often the case. The same thing happens when introducing Kanban. However, I noticed that Kanban raises much harder questions on a management and leadership level, once people are introduced to the basics and start to explore the subject on their own.

The type of questions Kanban raises, seem to be hard to answer without lapsing into an hour long discussion. I guess this is normal because Kanban is much less prescriptive than Scrum, for instance. In order to provide reassurance, as a coach, you need to trace the questions all the way back to the principles of Kanban, which are grounded in Lean thinking.By listing the 5 most common arguments against Kanban and my response to them, I hope to help people in their Kanban journey and build great organizations that create amazing products.

These answers are based on my own perspective and experience. It would be great to hear your answers and improve the book while more people are introduced to Kanban. The goal is not to explain Kanban scientifically, but provide insights why these arguments don't stand, in a language that is understandable by all.

Holy Land Kanban

Holy Land Kanban

Best of the Agile/Kanban Blog from Israel
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Curated choice of blog posts from 3 years of blogging about Kanban and Agile at http://yuvalyeret.com. These are the posts that were reader favorites according to traffic, as well as my personal favorites.

About the Authors

pklipp
pklipp

Paul Klipp is an agile coach and trainer with a decade of experience working with hundreds of software teams using XP, Scrum, and Kanban. He is a Certified Scrum Professional and a certified Kanban Coaching Professional. He practices what he preaches every day. He's been coaching Kanban teams since 2008.

Nick Oostvogels
Nick Oostvogels

Nick Oostvogels is an independent consultant who has worked at different companies in various industries. He helps organizations to deliver successful projects in whatever role necessary, often as a project manager or coach. He is a proud father of a daughter and twin boys, and enjoys outdoor sports such as mountain bike, running, soccer and drinking a Duvel afterwards. Nick is a regular blogger at skycoach.be and enjoys speaking and learning at conferences.

Yuval Yeret
Yuval Yeret

Yuval spends his days helping organizations improve. As a leading consultant with the international lean agile consulting company AgileSparks he trains and coaches managers and teams in Kanban/Scrum/Agile approaches. He enjoys writing about his thoughts and experiences in his blog at http://yuvalyeret.com.Yuval relies on 18 years of experience managing IT and Product Development organizations. Yuval is an active internationally-acknowledged member of the Lean Kanban community and has been nominated twice to recieve the Lean SSC Brickell Key Award for new talent.He is trying to find more time to write, when not playing professional Volleyball , reading, and keeping up to speed on a variety of professional topics.

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