October News & Views from the Kanban Community
In This Issue
Upcoming Webinar: The Kanban Maturity Model – What’s New?
Thursday, October 14
12:00 pm EDT
It has been one year since the release of the 2nd Edition of the Kanban Maturity Model and the announcement of the KMM+ platform. This October, the team meets again to talk about what is new with the KMM and what is yet to come. Join the authors of the KMM, David J Anderson and Teodora Bozheva, as well as KMM+ product manager Anna Radzikowska. The webinar will take a look at what updates have been made to the model, including new leadership material, new project and portfolio management material, and KMM and KMM+ plans.
The Preventable Pandemic: Stop the Transformationitis and the Reorganizationitis
Monday, October 18, 2021
10:30 am EDT
How does the Kanban Method help you transform your organization by adapting to its evolution without falling into “transformationitis” or “reorganizationitis.” Todd Little, Chairman of Kanban University, and Joey Spooner, Vice President of Community Development and Product Management, will present a Masterclass during Netmind’s Adaptive Organizations Week. The free virtual event enables attendees to share experiences and reflect on how to help organizations adapt flexibly and quickly to a complex and rapidly changing world.
Kanban, Squirrels and the Alternative Path to Agility with Andre Suman
Thursday, October 21, 2021
19:30 to 21:00 CEST
1:30 pm to 3:00 pm EDT
Discover a great Kanban case based on acts of leadership, autonomy, courage, and a small dose of trickery. The IT area of a large bank present in Brazil is one of the world’s biggest cases of agility, with more than 200 teams and 5000 people directly involved. Until the beginning of 2017, the projects used Scrum (70%), Waterfall (30%), in addition, architecture, security, support teams, and others without a specific work model. Agile Coaches identified teams where Scrum was not “Fit for Purpose” and the Kanban Method emerged as an alternative path to Agility.
Kanban Brazil 2021: Resiliência Para Tempos Incertos
25 a 28 de Outubro de 2021
O Kanban Brazil 2021 será ONLINE nas tardes de 25 a 28 de Outubro com keynotes confirmados de David Anderson, Alisson Vale, Janice Linden-Reed e Rodrigo Yoshima.
Kanban Community Days 2021 (German)
Montag bis Dienstag 15. + 16. November 2021
13:30 – 21:30 CEST
7:30 am – 3:30 pm EDT
Diese Plattform zum Austausch ist geboren aus der Pandemie und mittlerweile nicht mehr wegzudenken. Unser Motto ist: “Von der Community für die Community”. Wir haben eine Menge an Bodenhaftung und fokussieren uns voll auf den Nutzen und Effekt von flussbasiertem Arbeiten mit dem Namen “Kanban”. Bei uns sind alle willkommen, die sich davon ein Bild machen wollen. Neugierige Anfänger genauso wie alte Hasen.
New Kanban Resources in Russian
Всем привет! Two essential Kanban resources are now available in Russian. Mauvisoft has released the Triage Tables Poster and Kanban University has translated the Official Guide to the Kanban Method. Get your copies today!
Emerging Roles in Kanban
Kanban has always been the “start with what you do now” method, and no one gets a “new role, responsibilities, or job titles” at least not initially. However, it is now clear that some roles are emerging in the field with some implementations. Take a look at some of the emerging roles with this new post by Anna Radzikowska.
Elevate Change Podcast: Kanban Clinic with Joey Spooner
The Elevate Change podcast featured Kanban University’s Joey Spooner interviewed by Shahin Sheidaei as part of the #KanbanClinic series. The conversation includes these topics: Kanban as a Method vs a Tool; Upstream and Delivery Stream; Stealth Kanban; KLR and Kanban Week; Q&A with Joey; Scrum and/vs Kanban in large organizations; Kanban in Transformation world; Chaos being hidden as Expedite.
5 Things You Need to Know About Lead Time
Have you ever heard of lead time? Lead Time is the amount of time between process initiation and completion. Discover in more detail some relevant aspects that will help you in your professional and personal life with this video from the David J Anderson School of Management.