david j anderson We are pleased to announce a webinar with Colleen Johnson on "End-to-End Kanban for the Whole Organization". We often look to our engineering teams first to drive efficiency and speed to deliver but as we optimize the flow of our development processes we quickly create pressure in the organizational workflow with the activities that feed into and out of product delivery.

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david j andersonWe’re here with another exciting webinar with David Anderson on "Getting to "Pull" at Enterprise Scale"In this webinar, David will look at seven problems which deep Kanban implementations addressed and which practitioners in shallow proto-Kanban implementations don't yet address. The webinar will provide pragmatic actions you can take to make the paradigm shift to "pull" and leverage the economic benefits that it promises at Enterprise Scale.

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Patrick SteyaertWe’re back with another exciting webinar with Patrick Steyaert on "Customer Kanban - Pushing the Boundaries of Kanban to Deliver Business Agility" .The purpose of a business organization is to create value for its customers through meaningful work. In a fast paced world, this proves to be quite a challenge. Organizations need to cope with a fluctuating, fragmented, and often, conflicting demand. This is the source of much frustration and tension (and loss of value).

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Tales of LeanKanban is effective in helping organizations change their behavior. Behavioral economics helps us understand some of the underlying reasons why people act the way they do. In this webinar, Masa will show you how we can combine them to make people and their organizations more successful.

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masa We're back with another exciting webinar with Dr Masa K Maeda on Kanban and Behavioral Economics. Kanban is effective in helping organizations change their behavior. Behavioral economics helps us understand some of the underlying reasons why people act the way they do. In this talk Masa will show you how we can combine them to make people and their organizations more successful. We are conducting this webinar twice...

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Klaus Leopold Most Agile frameworks reach their limits when one wants to "agilize" more than a few teams, let alone when one wants to achieve real agile collaboration of several hundred people across the organization. The main problem is that most agile methods focus on team-level performance. In the best case, you don’t see any improvement, in most of the cases it is getting worse. Local optimization leads to global sub optimization! But what does this mean? And how can you increase agility beyond the team?

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‘Enterprise Services Planning with Kanban – Measuring the Right KPIs’, the second webinar in a series presented by David Anderson, was held on April 29, 2015. Here’s the recording of the webinar...You can find the presentation slides here – Enterprise Services Planning with Kanban – Measuring the Right KPIs.

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'Lead Time: What We Know About It And How We Use It', presented by Alexei Zheglov, was held on March 17, 2015. Here's the recording of the webinar...

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'Enterprise Services Planning with Kanban', presented by David Anderson, was held on Feb 18, 2015. Here's the recording of the webinar -

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'Execution Excellence with Kanban', presented by Gary Perkerwicz and Jim Gawtry of ATK, was held on Oct 15, 2014. Here's the recording of the webinar...

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