Are you good enough to thrive or will you just survive?
Learn how to use Kanban Cadences to manage projects, address risks, and foster innovation at the Kanban Global Summit.
No matter your Kanban maturity level, feedback loops are a critical piece to ensure success. The 7 Kanban Cadences are the cyclical feedback meetings that drive evolutionary change and “fit for purpose” service delivery.
In Essential Kanban Condensed, David J Anderson and Andy Carmichael stress that “choosing the right cadence is context dependent and is crucial to good outcomes. Too-frequent reviews may compel changing things before seeing the effect of previous changes, but if they are not frequent enough, poor performance may persist longer than necessary.”
Join us at the Kanban Global Summit (March 14-16, 2022) and learn how to use Kanban Cadences through the Learning Lab and interactive Workshop below.
Start the New Year with early bird savings if you register by January 7, 2022.
Thrive, Survive, or Die: An Adventure into the Kanban Cadences
Welcome to Ultimate Baskets! You’ll be taken on a highly interactive journey through the evolution of our company as we progress through a challenging time. In this workshop, you’ll become familiar with the learning loops of the Kanban Cadences and use them to manage projects, address risks, and foster innovation. Are you good enough to thrive or will you just survive? Hopefully, you won’t drive us to extinction.
Vice President for Community Development and Product Management
Vice President, Solutions Architecture
ICF International Inc.
Sr IT Manager
“Work As One” Using Kanban Cadences
Do you struggle to overcome: * The Complexity of Large Organizations? * Lack of Collaboration? * Lack of Leadership? * Lack of Participation? * Command and Control culture? If so, this learning lab is for YOU. In this lab we will connect individuals to teams, teams to the company and give individuals a new vision for the Kanban cadences.
Kanban Week 2022 will follow the CDC’s Covid safety guidelines, along with state and local guidelines for California and the city of San Diego, to ensure a safe event for attendees.