1. LKCE12: Markus Andrezak - Irrational Rules

    07:25

    from Lean Kanban Central Europe / Added

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    • LKCE12: Florian Eisenberg - Changeban, A failure story

      35:32

      from Lean Kanban Central Europe / Added

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      • LKCE12: Joshua Bloom - In Defense of Ambiguity

        42:31

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        • Florian Eisenberg - Leadership on all levels. Why? And how?

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          from Lean Agile Scotland / Added

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          Today's markets are highly dynamic and pose a complex problem space because they are steadily changing, contrary to markets in the 20th century. Strategies which base on massive decentralization and broad communication channels have proved to be successful by Google, the Germany based dm-drogeriemarkt and the US military on a variety of markets. To achieve such a degree of decentralization, employees have to take up and be delegated responsibility. Communication channels have to be broadened so information is available to everybody in the needed degree of detail. Employees have to arrive in new roles which have traditionally been occupied by classical management. To achieve all these things, you need a goal which is general enough to act as an orientation, not necessarily predetermining the way to get there. In this talk, I will present a model representing this goal and point to pitfalls and challenges. I will describe a way to relocate autonomy to the market oriented edge of the enterprise. The fourth principle of Kanban "Encourage acts of leadership" can act as a basis for such a transformation: The organization will need leaders on all levels not representing the likeness of a classical employee today. These employees have to take up the responsibility to act on the market and put change and improvement of the organization over their own ambition for power. "Acts of leadership" can be things like improving processes or giving help for personal change of every employee. In this talk, I will furthermore describe what kind of information should be available for all employees and give ideas, which responsibilities should be transferred to the edge of the company. As a closing, I will discuss the role of management in these organizations.

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          • LKCE12: Jim Benson - Why Limit WIP

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            • LKCE12: Håkan Forss - Kanban Kata

              37:02

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              • LKCE12: Donald Reinertsen - The Science of WIP Constraints

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                • WhyAgile

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                  Keynote delivered at Ericsson's Eurolab Agile Day 2012

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