More January News & Views from the Kanban Community
Agile Project Management with Kanban
Eric Brechner | Talks at Google
“Scrum was phenomenal. I used Scrum with my teams for a good 8+ years. And then finally, I discovered this thing called Kanban, and I’ve been using it with my teams for 4 years. And Kanban is just so dramatically simpler, and yet better. It produces higher quality at a much higher rate than anything else that I’ve ever used.” Eric Brechner, former Director of Engineering at Microsoft, explains his love for Kanban in this talk.
Kanban Coaching Exchange | The Preventable Pandemic | Joey Spooner
We are suffering from a horrible pandemic of epic proportions. Organizations throughout the globe are stricken by the contagions of transformationitis and the typical co-infection of reorganizationitis. Fortunately, these diseases are highly avoidable. Joey Spooner, Vice President of Community Development and Product Management at Kanban University, shares how the Kanban Method utilizes evolutionary change to transform your organization without suffering these pandemics.
Introducing Kanban to a Team or Organization
Starting something new is never an easy task. You know you may face resistance. Besides, there is so much information on the Internet, but what are the actions to take? If you are thinking about getting started with Kanban, keep reading. Anna Radzikowska’s expert advice will help you introduce Kanban to your team or organization.
Applying Kanban to Sales
You might not realize it, but there are many parallels between Kanban and Sales. In particular, what we call “Upstream Kanban” is really what Sales are all about. In fact, a really disciplined sales process will usually turn out to be quite a mature Kanban implementation. In this post, Daniel Ploeg examines the similarities and looks at how Kanban can help you with your sales process.
Kanban in Practice: Where to Start and How to Excel?
How do you craft an efficient and sustainable process which aligns people and keeps delivery steady? You need to get your hands dirty; there’s no other way around it. Kanbanize walks you through the multiple ways Kanban is applied in practice. The following are lessons learned from clients in the pharmaceutical, engineering, financial, logistics, and other domains.