Posted on March 28, 2012 by admin

KANBAN WEEKLY ROUNDUP - MAR 28, 2012

 

 By Dominica DeGrandis


Apologies for the delay over the last two weeks!  I have been traveling between east coast and west coast teaching classes and speaking at conferences.  Hopefully, this issue will make up for the gap with info on tool updates and articles.

Posted on March 27, 2012 by admin

ADVANCED KANBAN MASTERCLASS BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPT 12-14, 2012

 

This 3-day masterclass for advanced Kanban practitioners, consultants, coaches, change agents and managers with pioneer of Kanban, David J. Anderson is limited to just 12 people.

Posted on March 26, 2012 by admin

ADVANCED KANBAN MASTERCLASS SEATTLE, WA - MAY 23-25, 2012

 

This 3-day masterclass for advanced Kanban practitioners, consultants, coaches, change agents and managers with pioneer of Kanban, David J. Anderson is limited to just 12 people.

Posted on March 14, 2012 by admin

KANBAN ESPECIAL 1-DAY EVENT BARCELONA, SPAIN - MARCH 20, 2012

 

Join David J. Anderson for a special 1-day kanban exploration.

This is an all-day overview of what kanban is like and how it can work in your company.  This special event is offered for the low price of USD $260 (199 EUROS). Space is limited so sign up now!.

 

Posted on March 12, 2012 by admin

ADVANCED KANBAN MASTERCLASS HAMBURG GERMANY - MAY 30-JUN 1, 2012

 

This 3-day masterclass for advanced Kanban practitioners, consultants, coaches, change agents and managers with pioneer of Kanban, David J. Anderson is limited to just 12 people.

Posted on March 07, 2012 by admin

KANBAN WEEKLY ROUNDUP - MAR 7, 2012

By Dominica DeGrandis

This week, we look at new templates available for both personal and organization wide use.  We re-examine the value of certain types of estimation and look at how to improve standups.  And, be sure to check out the two short videos!

Posted on March 04, 2012 by admin

MICROSOFT LAUNCHES BETA OF KANBAN GUIDE

 

I’d like to bring to your attention the new Practical Kanban Guide from the Microsoft ALM Rangers. Adam Gilmore in the UK has led this effort but I believe it had many contributors.

Posted on March 03, 2012 by admin

WHO OWNS KANBAN?

With the launch of the Lean Kanban University accredited Kanban training program there has been some commentary questioning whether I and LKU have the right to assert ourselves with such authority. These issues are worth addressing. The questioners suggest whether I invented Kanban or own it and if not then what gives LKU legitimacy to trade as we intend to do, offering standardized accredited training delivered by accredited trainers? While these questions are coming from outside the community and it would be easy to dismiss them as coming from disgruntled people with an axe to grind or sour grapes to squash, I believe the questions are worth addressing.