Why We Need the Kanban Maturity Model David J Anderson | Kanban Experts Series
The Kanban Maturity Model (KMM) exists to provide actionable guidance. Given where you are, the KMM suggests what you can and should do next. KMM is based on 12 years of real world case studies, observed behavior, outcomes and empirical evidence. In his keynote from Lean Kanban North America 2019, David J Anderson takes us through the Kanban Maturity Levels and explains how to let the KMM be your guide.
Kanban Maturity Model has released more content on KMM Plus to assist you with leading transformational change in your organization. Illustrating the levels of maturity, Organizational Maturity Explained will help you to understand how organizations grow in their maturity based on KMM’s famous pizza example. The “Pizza” poster is part of the KMM Plus 2nd content extension pack, which includes: Building Resilience, Barriers to Adoption and Culture – Extension.
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Kanban Comes of Age! In These Times That Demand Organizational Resilience, The Kanban Maturity Model Is Here To Help
Organizational maturity enables resilience. An ability to bounce back, to withstand setbacks, and to reinvent itself, is what this decade demands. Kanban should be at the core of our organizational design strategy in these tough economic times. This webinar will outline how and why the Kanban Maturity Model is the right tool to build a resilient organization, fit to take on the economic challenges that lie ahead.