In my book, Kanban – Successful Evolutionary Change for your Technology Business, I identified what I called the “5 core properties” that I’d observed to be present in each successful implementation of Kanban.read more
Changes to the KCP credential as posted on https://kanban.university 01/08/2019 We are making changes at the Kanban University in order to make our training path and our credentials more easily understood both by those who might take training and obtain a credential...read more
The KMM grew out of a need for better coaching tools and more consistent outcomes when consultants, enterprise coaches and change agents are advising clients about the use and application of Kanban in their workplaces. The Kanban Maturity Model (KMM) came about...read more
In part 1 and part 2 of this blog series, I discussed how organizations benefit from Kanban but leave much value on the table by not embracing its full potential. Making the changes to implement a true enterprise-wide pull system is very possible so what is getting in the way of progress?read more
In part 1 of this series I described the incredible benefits that Kanban is providing to organizations around the world. I asserted that far greater gains could be achieved if only Kanban initiatives were fully embraced and moved to a deeper level of “pull” at enterprise scale.
But how do we even know if we are achieving a complete pull system or not?read more
On my recent trip to China, I visited several companies with vast and impressive Kanban initiatives. In this 3-part blog series, I will share my realizations about the value of Kanban and the potential to do more, even at enterprise scale. Kanban is Ubiquituous! It’s...read more