Posted on December 15, 2011 by admin

KANBAN FOR IT SERVICES & OPERATIONS - ORANGE COUNTY, CA JAN 26-27, 2012

David J. Anderson’s

An Official “Kanban - Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business” Class

with Dominica DeGrandis (instructor)

Kanban is a framework for changing, for improving, the way an organization works together.  If ever-more frequent deliveries from software development are increasing pressure on your teams and creating bottlenecks in the delivery process, look at Kanban to extend agility and balance to IT services and operations teams.

Posted on August 24, 2010 by admin

LEAN & KANBAN EUROPE CONFERENCE

My next public appearance will be at the Lean and Kanban Europe Conference being held in Antwerp Belgium in September 23-24. It promises to be one of the best ever Lean software process conferences. The speaker lineup is amazing! I will be giving a key note and a regular session. I’m delighted by the response that Maarten Volders received from our community with offers to participate.

Posted on August 24, 2010 by admin

ANNOUNCING LEAN SOFTWARE & SYSTEMS 2011

 

The 2011 edition of the Lean Software & Systems Conference will be held near Los Angeles, at the Hyatt hotel, Long Beach, California from May 3rd to 6th. This promises to the biggest and best conference for Lean applied to software engineering, IT project management and systems engineering and will bring together the growing community of experts and practitioners from around the globe.

Posted on June 11, 2010 by admin

Reflections on a Couple of Others' Thoughts on Scrum Compared to Kanban

A couple of guys both longer in the tooth than me, who have authored more books than me, have also published their experienced thoughts on Scrum and Kanban this past week.

First Alan Shalloway, The Real Differences Between Scrum and Kanban.

Posted on June 10, 2010 by admin

Thoughts on How Kanban Differs from Scrum

I’ve largely stayed out of the debate comparing Scrum to Kanban or those wishing to position the techniques as rivals. I’ve actively encouraged Mattias Skarin and Henrik Kniberg who have done a very good job analyzing and comparing in their book Scrum and Kanban making the best of both!

Posted on April 23, 2010 by admin

THOUGHTS ON #LSSC10

 

On Friday night I flew out of Atlanta for London and Hamburg, after a successful Lean Software & Systems Conference at the JW Marriott. It had been almost a year in planning. I thought it would be appropriate to take a moment to reflect on a project successfully delivered.