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Shortest possible definition of Kanban lkuk13

This presentation from the Lean Kanban UK Conference in London, 2013, was a challenge to summarise the essence of the Kanban methodthe same definition to apply at multiple scales from personal through to portfolio Kanban.

Shortest possible definition of Kanban lkuk13

  1. 1. Shortest Possible Kanban Definition and why it matters for scaling Andy Carmichael xprocess.blogspot.co.uk @andycarmich #lkuk13
  2. 2. What is Kanban? Idea Idea ProcessIdea Value Δ Value Δ An approach for managing and improving the flow of value from knowledge work? Va Δ
  3. 3. Principal Sources kanban: Lean / TPS concept The Kanban Method: Anderson (Blue Book) Personal Kanban: Benson Other Kanbans?
  4. 4. What is Kanban? Really 3 questions: 1. What is a kanban? a visual signal 2. What is a kanban system? system that manages work using (real or virtual) kanbans to control the flow. 3. What is the Kanban method? approach to defining and improving kanban systems
  5. 5. … so what’s the Kanban method?
  6. 6. Starting Point: Foundational Principles (Anderson) 1. Start with what you do now 2. Agree to pursue incremental, evolutionary change 3. Initially, respect current roles, responsibilities & job titles 4. Encourage acts of leadership at all levels from individual contributor to senior management
  7. 7. Starting Point: Foundational Principles 1. Start with what you do now ... (including the current roles, responsibilities & job titles) 2. Agree to pursue ... evolutionary change (incremental, validated by experiment) 3. Encourage acts of leadership at all levels ... (from individual contributor to senior management)
  8. 8. Starting Point: Foundational Principles 1. Start with what you do now ... (including the current roles, responsibilities & job titles) 2. Agree to pursue ... evolutionary change (incremental, validated by experiment) 3. Encourage acts of leadership at all levels ... (from individual contributor to senior management)
  9. 9. Core Practices 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. (Anderson) Visualize Limit Work-in-Progress Manage Flow Make Process Policies Explicit Implement feedback mechanisms Improve Collaboratively, Evolve Experimentally (using models & the scientific method)
  10. 10. Core Practices (Benson,(Anderson) Anderson)
  11. 11. Core Practices Make work and policies visible; 1. Visualize 4. Make Process Policies Explicit (including policies for limiting WIP) Make validated improvements Optimise 2. Limit Work-in-Progress (WIP) 3. Manage Flow 5. Implement feedback mechanisms 6. Improve Collaboratively, Evolve Experimentally (using models & the scientific method)
  12. 12. What's missing? The "Lean Flow Paradigm" Anderson: The Kanban Lens
  13. 13. How to adopt Kanban 1. Change your viewpoint (lean flow paradigm / kanban lens): See work as flow 2. Change your mindset (foundational principles): Start from here and evolve 3. Change your process continually (core practices): Make work and policies visible; Make validated improvements
  14. 14. How to adopt Kanban Twitter version: see flow start here with visible work & policies, validate improvements Also see: "How to Adopt Kanban" @andycarmich
  15. 15. 2 scaling mechanisms ● Scaling by “not scaling” ○ use service-orientation concept to balance work flowing between different kanban systems ● Scale through “scale-free” understanding ○ same approach applied to different units of flow at different time scales
  16. 16. 3 Typical Scales of Kanban ● portfolio / organisation ● unit of flow: Project, Epic or Minimum Releasable Increment ● time scale: weeks/months ● project / product ● unit of flow: Requirement, User Story or Valued Work Item ● time scale: days ● personal / small team ● unit of flow: Task, To-do item ● time scale: hours
  17. 17. #LKUK13 Essence of Kanban see flow (Lean Flow Paradigm / The Kanban Lens) start here (The Foundation Principles) with visible work & policies, validate improvements (The Core Practices] Also see: "How to Adopt Kanban" @andycarmich
  18. 18. Stop starting... Start finishing

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