1. An evolutionary approach to Agile – Jon Terry at LKCE14


    from Lean Kanban Central Europe / Added

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    Many project professionals see the growing demand in organizations for an agile approach to project management. But introducing Agile to a traditional organization can be a revolutionary process, with a high risk of failure if conditions aren't right for adoption. In this session, we'll show you how to use the language of Lean (from Lean Manufacturing) and evolutionary change to introduce Agile to your organization, and achieve the promised benefits of Agile "one step at a time".

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    • Discovery Kanban, serving existing customers while unlocking new sources of growth – Patrick Steyaert at LKCE14


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      Evolutionary methods like Lean startup and The Kanban Method have the potential to fundamentally change the way organizations work. Lean startup encourages a culture of entrepreneurship; The Kanban Method fosters a learning and improvement culture to become excellent in serving (existing) customers. In today’s highly competitive and increasingly dynamic business landscape, organizations are certainly in need for both. Recent failures of large and small organizations, for example, have shown that a single focus on serving existing customers can turn into a monkey trap (aka “the Kodak moment”). It is clear that an entrepreneurial culture for unlocking new sources of revenue needs to go hand in hand with a service-oriented culture of excellence in serving existing customers; and vice versa. It is equally clear that this requires a change in management discipline that proves challenging for most organizations. Moving from single strategy (existing customers OR new sources of growth) to dual strategy (existing customers AND new sources of growth) requires an increased ability to deal with ambiguity and complex trade-offs, recognition of the importance of diversity, and an increased need for ambidexterity. Discovery Kanban is an evolutionary change approach that combines Lean startup and The Kanban Method to foster a management discipline of dual strategies. It draws on real options theory, Boyd’s O-O-D-A loops, Deming’s PDCA, and complexity thinking. In this presentation we will elaborate on the core principles of Discovery Kanban and some practical examples. We will show how (traditional) delivery and Discovery Kanban are similar but different. We will discuss several examples of kanban systems based on dual strategies and how they catalyze change in the organization.

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      • Blockades – Treasures of improvements - Klaus Leopold and Troy Magennis at LKCE14


        from Lean Kanban Central Europe / Added

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        A central component of Kanban is to make invisible knowledge work visible. However, you will notice quite often that you very often cannot work, but are blocked. Waiting for the test environment, requirements unclear, or missing customer information are only a small part of blockages that prevent us from continuing to work. These blockages are in most cases not a singular event, but have a systemic cause. In other words, it is very unlikely that a blockage occurs only once in the history of a company. Normally the same blockage occurs again and again. What can one do about it? Jumping out of the window in despair would be a possible approach. Another idea would be to see the blockages for what they are: Treasures of improvements. In this session, we show you how to harvest these treasures and to improve sustainably your working system. In addition, we will present a model that shows with the help of a few simple number games, which blockages need to be removed to achieve the greatest possible leverage.

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        • STATIK - Mike Burrows at LKCE14


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          In this session we explore STATIK, a tool well used and evolved over the years, but not often described! At its most basic, it is a repeatable way to implement kanban systems. More interestingly, it is a way to generate and structure improvements to existing systems, to reinvigorate ad-hoc implementations, and a way to reconnect with organisational concerns such as purpose, scope, and agreement.

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          • Das Taskboard für Transparenz und Fokus in der Teamarbeit


            from agil inform / Added

            Wie benutze ich ein Taskboard aus dem Management-Framework Scrum, um auch in allen anderen Lebenslagen ein Maximum an Fokus und Transparenz in der Teamarbeit zu erhalten?

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            • Hansoft Japan K.K. Launch event - Interview and opening speech


              from Hansoft / Added

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              Opening speech and Interview at the Hansoft Japan K.K. Launch event at the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo. Interview with: CEO & Programmer Hiroyuki Tanaka at Ilinx Agile Coach Yasunobu Kawaguchi at Rakuten

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              • Historias Usuario


                from Florida Universitaria / Added

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                Creación de las historias de usuario con la utilidad Trello

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                • Embrace your Constraints


                  from AgileLion Institute / Added

                  As this performer shows us, constraints can actually help you find original ways to express and deliver music... or value. Open Kanban Thinking sees values in the limitations of everyday life and work. Think different.

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                  • Change Management - CHU St Pierre / UMC St Pieter


                    from Iris-Hopitaux-Ziekenhuizen / Added

                    CHU Saint-Pierre : la gestion des stocks par commande automatique KANBAN. UMC Sint-Pieter : voorraadbeheer via automatische bestelling KANBAN.

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                    • Trello


                      from Florida Universitaria / Added

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                      Herramienta de organización del trabajo sobre KAnban.

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