Our Kanban University Distinguished Fellows interviews continue. Teodora and Russell spend a few minutes talking with Kanban University Chairman Todd Little about their involvement in Kanban. Watch their videos below!
“I think that the best effect of the community is the diversity and exchange of experiences and ideas. This helps our entire community grow, think and reflect on what kinds of situations we can see in different organizations and develop better ideas to teach and coach organizations in their improvement journeys.”
“Software development is really hard, especially when lots of people are involved. There are just so many degrees of freedom. Kanban is the key ingredient to managing this kind of work in a way that is compellingly good for all stakeholders. Once I got my hands onto Kanban, I didn’t let go. It’s really a core part of what I do today.”