Learn to turbocharge your Kanban with the use of classes of service. This article highlights the importance of using classes of service and provides a fun and simple explanation of each type.
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Survival of the fittest: incremental social change and the parable of the grey squirrel’s arrival in the British Isles We do not know the day
We don´t perform a specific activity to prioritize work for kanban systems. Instead we practice dynamic prioritization, selecting items of work on-the-spot, based on risk,
The Kanban Maturity Model describes seven organizational maturity levels. Each maturity level is a collection of culture, practices, and business outcome characteristics. Learn more about the practices poster and how it can help you find both transition and consolidation practices.
There is a great deal of parallels between Kanban and Sales. You might not realize it, but there is a great deal of 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 look at how Kanban can help you with your sales process.