10 Things You Should Know About Kanban
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1) Every Kanban system is unique
2) Kanban is about focus and flow
3) Kanban is about evolutionary change -- not revolutionary
4) Kanban is committed to agility
5) Kanban is grounded in reality
6) Kanban is a living system
7) Kanban is a risk management method
8) Kanban balances demand with capability
9) Kanban isn’t only for software development or IT
Organizations using Kanban include: education, legal, sales, marketing, HR, design, media, film production, military, customer support, financial, research, insurance, government agencies, and many more.
10) Kanban works at scale
Large organizations are using Kanban with thousands of employees, enterprise wide, including many remote offices. Kanban University offers a roadmap for improving enterprise agility based on the Kanban Maturity Model. Tools for strategy, fitness for purpose, and enterprise risk management are provided in the Enterprise Services Planning course.