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Published on Dec 16, 2013
In this talk, I'd like to discuss and debunk several commonly held myths about The Kanban Method.
This talk, which is targeted at beginners, people new to the Kanban Method and people who want do debunk these myths, discusses why it is important that we don't let myths and misconceptions limit our use of the Kanban Method. Unfortunately, we (our industry) often create these myths and misconceptions due to the competitive nature of our business and because of our natural inclination to fear the unknown.
Continuing the work of the Kanban Community (KLRUS, LKNA talks), this talk will explore and debunk 5 specific myths about the Kanban Method that I've seen in my consulting experience. The myths I'll discuss specifically are that The Kanban method...:
1) ... competes with or tries to replace Scrum 2) ... doesn't have iterations 3) ... only works for Dev Ops or Maintenance projects 4) ... is a mini-waterfall methodology 5) ... requires all work items to be the same size and doesn't estimate
Dave White is a Technical Program Director at Imaginet Resources Corp., a Canadian based Microsoft Partner and Microsoft ALM Partner of the Year for 2011. Currently, Dave is serving on the Management Board for Lean-Kanban University, the global standards body for The Kanban Method. He is also on the Advisory Board for LKU's Accredited Kanban Training program. He holds numerous Microsoft certifications including Microsoft Certified Trainer.
With over 15 years of experience, Dave specializes in helping organizations around the world realize their potential through maturing their culture and improving their software development and information technology practices. Dave is passionate about Application Lifecycle Management tooling, techniques, and mindsets and regularly teaches around the world on a wide range of ALM topics.
Modern Management Methods, Lean Kanban United Kingdom 2013 October 31-November 1, 2013