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Our Company History

Foundations Founded in 2008 the David J Anderson School of Management gives managers a fresh way of interpreting the world around them and equips managers with the skills they need in order to lead with confidence and manage with competence. The fundamental principles of our management training enable greater organizational agility through managed evolutionary change, … Continue reading Our ...

About David J Anderson

David J Anderson David is an innovator in management thinking for 21st Century businesses.  He is the author and pioneer of the Kanban Method and has more than 30 years’ experience working in the high-technology industry. David has previously worked at IBM, Sprint, Motorola, and Microsoft. Linkedin Twitter Youtube Wordpress Contact for speaking opportunities.  Originator … Continue reading About ...

Frequent Questions

We’re here to help Our dedicated support team is always on hand to make things easy for you. Here are just some of the frequently asked questions to help resolve any initial questions that you may have. If you don’t find what you are looking for then please get in contact with our support team. … Continue reading Frequent ...

Driving Evolutionary Change with the Kanban Method

This is part 4 of my series looking at Kanban, organizational maturity and evolutionary change. If you haven’t yet read parts 1 to 3, you can catch up here: Part 1: Organizational Maturity & the J-Curve Effect; Part 2: Patterns of Kanban Maturity; Part 3 – Kanban Patterns & Organizational Maturity. This series is intended … Continue reading Driving ...

Kanban's Change Management Principles

In 2016, we are extending the Kanban Principles to specifically break out Service Delivery from Change Management as two sets of three. In the first of two posts on this I lay out the 2nd Edition of The Kanban Method, Change Management Principles. Change Management Principles Your organization is a network of individuals, psychologically and … Continue reading Kanban's ...

What We Know About Duration: Individual Activities

The latest fad in the Agile software development community is to promote the use of Cost of Delay for prioritization. Many readers will know that I have been an advocate of Cost of Delay style prioritization and my 2003 book, Agile Management for Software Engineering contained several Cost of Delay related algorithms. However, I feel … Continue reading What ...