BY digite | February 5, 2015

This is the first part in a series of webinars on Enterprise Services Planning with Kanban. The ideas and concepts underpinning Kanban have grown into an extensive body of knowledge that deals with overall...

BY digite | October 2, 2014

In part one of this webinar series, ATK's Gary Perkerwicz and Jim Gawtry take us through how they've been successful at improving Work Flows and Organizational Culture using Lean principles and Kanban systems over...

BY digite | June 2, 2014

In this webinar Dimitar shows you how to use Monte Carlo simulation in MS Excel for predicting the delivery time for your next project. The method presented can be used by any team that...

BY digite | May 7, 2014

In this webinar, Clarinha will go through the successful use of SwiftKanban for improvement of the procurement process for Poiesis - a non-governmental organization in São Paulo, Brazil which promotes socio-cultural and educational development,...

BY digite | April 4, 2014

Kanban has always been thought of as an evolutionary approach - 'start with what you are doing right now' and progress from there towards greater agility but, what may not be apparent initially is...

BY digite | February 28, 2014

LeAP is a new way to increase the power of traditional management by providing ways to apply Systems-Lean-Agile thinking, Kanban, Scrum, and Serious Games to all the processes of the PMBOK®. LeAP was created...

BY digite | September 24, 2013

This 50-minute webinar is designed for anyone interested in rapidly applying Lean in their organization. It is appropriate for owners and top executives, department and division heads, Lean practitioners, implementation teams, and Lean team...

BY digite | August 3, 2013

Kanban is an evolutionary (non-disruptive) change management process; the fact is that it requires a change in organizational and management practices and behavior that can be daunting. The best place to begin that change...

BY digite | February 23, 2013

Kanban is evolutionary and not revolutionary. Kanban is making waves in IT operations and Software development, HR, Sales, Marketing, Insurance Claims and more! Kanban gives more accurate and visual way to predict the cost...

BY digite | February 6, 2013

Agile methods have worked very well at the Team level, with 5-15 collocated team members. But when you have do the same with an Organization-wide team of 100s or more people, spread across the...

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