March News & Views from the Kanban Community
In This Issue
Kanban Summer is Coming to Austria and California
March is here and we are one month closer to a summer of Kanban, from Kanban Leadership Retreat in Europe to the Kanban Global Summit and Kanban Leadership Retreat in the U.S. It’s been too long since we have seen your faces in person!
We’re thrilled to be back together with a renewed sense of community and to welcome new practitioners who have adopted Kanban during the past two years. Whether you hop in Rosie’s convertible under the San Diego sun or strap on your boots to hike in the mountains of Mayrhofen, you are sure to have an unforgettable experience at these upcoming events.
New to Kanban? Get the Official Guide to the Kanban Method – Now in Danish, Bulgarian, Dutch and Armenian
The Official Guide to the Kanban Method from Kanban University is targeted at people new to Kanban and interested in learning about the basics of the Kanban Method. Get your free copy today for an easy entry into the vast Kanban body of knowledge. Follow the link below and select Additional Languages on the left tab to find these new translations and more!
How to Revitalize Your Kanban Implementation
Despite Kanban’s gradual – evolutionary – process of change – or perhaps because of it, as also because of its non-prescriptive nature, sometimes teams tend to feel a bit lost about what to do to “continue to implement” Kanban – to continue to implement a method which aims to improve their outcomes. Not knowing exactly what to do next can also cause stress. Mahesh Singh outlines a process that reinvigorates a Kanban implementation and provides a greater sense of purpose and achievement.
A Tale of Pandemic and Me
Have you thought about sharing your love of Kanban by teaching the Kanban University curriculum to others? One of our Accredited Kanban Trainers started his journey as the pandemic hit and writes about his experiences.
Kanban Coaching Exchange: This is Jeopardy! with David Spinks and Glaudia Califano
This is Jeopardy! Entering the Kanban Coaching Exchange are this month’s contestants… you! David and Glaudia are back at the Kanban Coaching Exchange to put your knowledge of Kanban and beyond to the test in an interactive gameshow! You will take part in teams, and there are prizes to be won! So come on down to the Kanban Coaching Exchange on Thursday, March 10!
Optimizing Legal Project Management: Can You Do the Kanban?
In today’s fast-paced legal market where everything must be done faster and better, using Kanban can help your practice group and your firm meet that need for clients. This is a competitive edge that can’t be ignored.
Neural Network Racing Cars Around a Track
Observe managed evolutionary change through feedback loops and learning in this demonstration of getting cars to drive around a path. In this case, the path represents the environment, and the cars adapt to the environment. See the similarities with Kanban, the Kanban Maturity Model and Fit for Purpose.
Agile Software Development: Using Kanban Effectively and Avoiding Pitfalls (German)
Recently David J Anderson gave an interview to a popular German online magazine, Heise Online, and covered these topics:
✔ What would David change in the blue book if he wrote it today?
✔ What are the most common misunderstandings about Kanban?
✔ How will Kanban develop in the future?