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🤍 Kanban is a work management system designed to help you visualize your work, limit work in progress (WIP), and maximize efficiency. It can often be a powerful tool for teams that want to improve transparency, communication, and alignment within their workplace. In this video, we’ll give you background on how the kanban methodology was developed, what its core principles are, and how it could benefit your team. We'll also show you how you can get started with kanban yourself. We’ll bring you step-by-step through the process of creating and managing a kanban board, a project management tool that uses cards and columns to compose a visual "workflow." Then, we’ll cover how to fill that board with kanban cards, which are visual artifacts that represent different work items. Finally, we’ll show you how to set up work in progress limits to maximize your team’s efficiency. By the end of this video, you should be equipped with all of the fundamentals you’ll need to start using kanban to improve your team’s work. Want to learn more about how to unleash the potential of your team? Subscribe to Atlassian's channel. Start a kanban project free in Jira today: 🤍 #YourAgileCoach
GitKraken Glo is the new kanban board for software development teams. It's free: 🤍 What is Kanban? This video will help you learn the essentials of Kanban and how it relates to the Scrum software development methodology in less than 5 minutes! For an introduction to Scrum, be sure to watch our Introduction to Scrum video: 🤍 #axosoft #kanban #agile #scrum #projectmanagement #GitKraken #GitKrakenGlo #GitKrakenIssueBoard #GitKrakenKanbanBoard
This video on "Scrum vs Kanban" explains what is Scrum & Kanban. Then you will understand the differences and similarities between Scrum & Kanban. Areas covered: 1. What is Agile Software Development? 2. Agile Frameworks 3. Understanding Scrum & Kanban 4. Similarities Between Scrum & Kanban 5. Differences Between Scrum & Kanban 6. Applications of Scrum & Kanban #ScrumVsKanban #ScrumAndKanban #InvensisLearning Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Click here to check upcoming webinars on Agile Scrum: 🤍 About Invensis Learning: Invensis Learning is a pioneer in providing globally-recognized certification training courses for individuals and enterprises worldwide. We have trained and certified 15,000+ professionals from 50+ courses through multiple training delivery modes. Invensis Learning provides live online certification training on Certified ScrumMaster (* 🤍 *) Participants attending this CSM certification training will be eligible for 16 PDUs/SEUs and 2 year free membership with Scrum Alliance. They will also get a lifetime access to a Learning Management System which will contain all class resources like recordings and Ppts, along with access to Scrum Master webinars. For more information please visit our website: 🤍 Follow Us on: Facebook: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
In this video, you are going to learn the 'KANBAN' methodology. Topics that I have covered are - 1. What is a kanban? Meaning, history, application, kanban in agile. 2. kanban board, kanban card. 3. kanban principles. 4. Benefits of Kanban, etc. Just-in-time video - 🤍 Read in details or download PDF - 🤍 My website - 🤍 Follow me on - Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Linked in - 🤍 #kanban
🤍 A kanban board is a visual project management tool that uses cards, columns, and specific commitment and delivery points to help you understand how your work flows. Kanban boards can be built on walls, windows, whiteboards, or with a suite of digital tools like Trello and Jira Software. In this video we'll show how to build a kanban board and what you'll want to put on that board to help you manage your work. Kanban boards contain five key elements: Visual signals(cards), columns, WIP limits, a commitment point, and a delivery point. The visual signals, cards, stickies, tickets or otherwise, hold all the work items the team is working on, usually one per card. Kanban boards use columns to organize the specific stages of completion that a work item goes through, which we call a "workflow." Work in progress (WIP) limits, are mechanisms to limit the number of cards in one column at one time. The commitment point is when your team picks up a work item and the work towards completion starts. The delivery point is the moment the work item is in the hands of the customer, or done. Want to learn more about how to unleash your team's potential? Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Learn how to build your first kanban board here: 🤍 Start a kanban project free in Jira today: 🤍 #YourAgileCoach
There's a way to organize your work, stay focused, avoid mistakes, and be hyper-productive that you can learn in five minutes using sticky notes and markers. It's been used by Toyota to make cars, by Xbox to build software, and by individuals to maintain sanity. It’s called Kanban, and Eric Brechner, an Xbox development manager, has been using it with multiple teams for the past four years. Eric’s new book, Agile Project Management with Kanban, has a quick start guide, with illustrations and online spreadsheets to get you productive fast. Other chapters help you estimate work, meet deadlines, deploy results, evolve from Scrum or traditional Waterfall, and integrate Kanban into large projects. Attend this talk in person, and you’ll create your own Kanban board, applying this simple technique to the work you do every day.
Scrum and Kanban have much in common - and some striking differences. Watch the video... and grab your FREE CHEAT SHEET. Download your FREE CHEAT SHEET: 🤍 If you've been wondering about the differences between Scrum and Kanban, you've come to the right place. Scum and Kanban are perhaps the best known of a number of Agile software development. They have much in common - and some striking differences. And don't forget to grab your copy of the Scrum vs Kanban Cheat Sheet. = = = = = = = = = = = = JOIN the Development That Pays COMMUNITY (it's free!): → 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to this Channel: → 🤍 = = = = = = = = = = = = Music: 260809 Funky Nurykabe: ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/29186 - 68. Scrum vs Kanban - What's the Difference? + FREE CHEAT SHEET #ScrumVsKanban #AgileScrum #Kanban #DevelopmentThatPays Scrum and Kanban are perhaps the best known of a number of Agile software development frameworks. Let's break that down: Software Development, in very broad terms, looks like this: The Product Owner decides what to build, The Development Team builds it, and Customers use it, experience it, benefit from it in some way. What makes software development Agile is that value is delivered to the customer in small increments. And - importantly - feedback is gathered from customers and fed back into the process. It's the Product Owner's job to take input from customers - and from various Stakeholders - and organise it into a prioritised list of features and User Stories. The list is known as the Product Backlog. What happens between the Product Backlog and the Customer is what distinguishes Scrum from Kanban. As we'll see, each has its own routines and rituals. It's this person's job (see below) to help the Product Owner and Development Team to adopt and maintain good habits. In Scrum, the role is known as the Scrum Master. In Kanban, the role is known as the Agile Coach. Something that Scrum and Kanban have in common is that both are PULL systems. Without getting into two much detail, a pull system ensures that work gets from Product Backlog to Customer in the shortest possible time. A pull system also helps to uncover bottlenecks in the process, which helps to ensure that work gets from Product Backlog to Customer in the shortest possible time! As you'll see in a moment, Scrum and Kanban implement the pull system in two strikingly different ways. Scrum - Scrum teams work in a series of Sprints, most commonly two weeks in length. Each Sprint it proceeded by a Sprint Planning Meeting, run by the Scrum Master and attended by the Product Owner and the Development Team. Together they select high priority items from the Product Backlog that the Development Team believe it can commit to delivering in a single Sprint. This is the "pull" I was talking about earlier. The selected items are known as the SPRINT BACKLOG. For the next two weeks, the Development Team focuses on working through the items in the Sprint backlog - and ONLY those items in the Sprint backlog: in all but the most exceptional circumstances, any new requirements that arise have to wait for the following Sprint. It's common practice for Scum teams to use a board to track the progress of the work. It's called a Scrum Board... or an Agile Board... or even (slightly confusingly) a Kanban Board. Each day during the Sprint there is a Scrum Meeting: it's a stand up meeting where the team takes a maximum of 15 minutes to discuss progress and identify any "blockers". At the end of the Sprint, the work completed during the Sprint is packaged for release, and any incomplete items are returned to the Product Backlog. The Sprint ends with two rituals: The Sprint Review, which is a demonstration of new functionality to Stakeholders. The Sprint Retrospective, which is an examination of what went well, what went badly and what could be improved. The aim of the Retrospective is to ensure that the next sprint is more efficient and effective than the last. And that's Scrum! Kanban Kanban does a few things differently. There's no two-week sprint: Kanban is a continuous process. And there's no Sprint Backlog; the "pull" system in Kanban happens in a different way, via Work In Progress (WIP) limits. If an Agile Board is useful for Scrum, it's a necessity for Kanban. Each column on the Kanban Board has a Work in Progress limit related to the team's capacity. For example, a team with two developers might set a li 🤍 🤍
Kanban is de Japanse term voor ‘visueel’ en ‘kaart’ en maakt gebruik van de kracht van visuele informatie. Met behulp van kaarten – bijv. in de vorm van post-its – kan op een bord een duidelijk visueel overzicht worden gecreëerd van het werk. Dit geeft meer mogelijkheden om met elkaar te communiceren over de status en de voortgang van het werk. Presentatie: Anne Drenth Montage: Daan Horstman Over Bureau Tromp: • Website: 🤍 • Linkedin: 🤍 • Facebook: 🤍 • Mail: info🤍bureautromp.nl Meer informatie Iedereen weet waarschijnlijk wel hoe de vakkenvullers in de supermarkt de schappen aanvullen. De producten die het dichtst bij de houdbaarheidsdatum zitten vooraan, de nieuwste producten erachter. Ook wel FIFO (First In First Out) genoemd. Doel is om de schappen altijd zo vol mogelijk te houden, dat is aantrekkelijker voor de klant. Wat betreft de inkoop van deze producten werkt het anders. Pas wanneer de voorraad in het magazijn bijna op is, wordt de nieuwe lading besteld. Dit is gebaseerd op het Just-In-Time principe en is zeer efficiënt omdat de klantvraag als uitgangspunt dient. Er is dus nooit teveel of te weinig, tenminste, dat is de bedoeling. Kanban werkt ook op deze manier. Hoe is Kanban ontstaan? Autofabrikant Toyota kon de efficiëntie van het Just-In-Time principe wel inzien en verwerkten het daarom in 1940 in een systeem dat zij Kanban noemden. De werknemers begonnen kaarten te gebruiken zodat de stappen in hun proces zichtbaar werden. Dit resulteerde niet alleen in meer communicatie tussen teams, maar ook tot verbeterde processen met een grotere doorstroom. Door gebruik te maken van Kanban wist iedereen wat er op welke plek gedaan moest worden, waardoor de verspillingen enorm werden teruggedrongen. Wat is Kanban precies? Kanban is de Japanse term voor ‘visueel’ en ‘kaart’ en maakt gebruik van de kracht van visuele informatie. Met behulp van kaarten – bijv. in de vorm van post-its – kan op een bord een duidelijk visueel overzicht worden gecreëerd van het werk. Dit geeft meer mogelijkheden om met elkaar te communiceren over de status en de voortgang van het werk. 4 principes van Kanban Hoewel er binnen Kanban de laatste jaren een aantal veranderingen heeft plaatsgevonden, blijven de 4 basisprincipes altijd van toepassing. 1. Visualiseer het werk: Door het werk en de workflow visueel te maken, kun je de stroom van het proces observeren en analyseren. Dit helpt de knelpunten in kaart te brengen en verbetert de communicatie en samenwerking. 2. Beperk ‘Work in Progress’: Door niet met te veel taken tegelijkertijd bezig te zijn, reduceer je de hoeveelheid onafgemaakt werk. Halve taken zorgen voor verspilling omdat je bijvoorbeeld continu aan het switchen bent tussen verschillende werkzaamheden. 3. Focus op flow: Wanneer je het werk gevisualiseerd hebt en de ‘work in progress’ hebt beperkt, kun je beginnen met de optimalisatie van je flow. Bij een goede flow staan de items op je Kanban bord niet stil en is je doorlooptijd kort. 4. Monitoren, wijzigen en verbeteren: Wanneer het Kanban systeem goed werkt, zal het de basis zijn van een organisatiecultuur waarin constant verbeteren centraal staat. De effectiviteit van teams kan dan bepaald worden door de flow, kwaliteit en de doorlooptijden te meten en analyseren. De toepassing van Kanban Om Kanban toepasbaar te maken, kan er van verschillende visualisaties gebruik worden gemaakt. Een eerste manier is door gebruik te maken van Kanban kaarten. Deze geven aan de betreffende persoon door wat, wanneer en in welke hoeveelheid iets geleverd moet worden. De kanban kaart vormt dan bijvoorbeeld de trigger die vertelt dat de voorraad weer aangevuld dient te worden. Een andere vorm van visualisatie is het Kanbanbord. Op dit bord wordt de flow gevisualiseerd middels magneten, stickers of post-its die de hoeveelheid werk op een bepaalde plek vertegenwoordigen. Het Kanbanbord bestaat vaak uit drie kolommen: wachtend, in productie en geproduceerd. Een laatste manier is om een Kanban systeem op een elektronische manier te implementeren. Hier wordt tegenwoordig steeds meer gebruik van gemaakt. Kortom, Kanban is een visuele Lean tool die een bijdrage kan leveren in de vermindering van verspillingen door voorraden precies goed op peil te houden. De visualisatie geeft je bovendien de mogelijkheid om met elkaar te communiceren over de werkvoortgang.
This video was originally published by Microsoft Research: 🤍 There's a way to organize your work, stay focused, avoid mistakes, and be hyper-productive that you can learn in five minutes using sticky notes and markers. It's been used by Toyota to make cars, by Xbox to build software, and by individuals to maintain sanity. It’s called Kanban, and Eric Brechner, an Xbox development manager, has been using it with multiple teams for the past four years. Agile Project Management with Kanban, has a quick start guide, with illustrations and online spreadsheets to get you productive fast. Other chapters help you estimate work, meet deadlines, deploy results, evolve from Scrum or traditional Waterfall, and integrate Kanban into large projects. This book is available as a print book and eBook from the Microsoft Press Store: 🤍
There's a lot to be learned from what goes on in a Coffee Shop. You'll never look at that cup of Joe in the same way again. = = = = = = = = = = = = JOIN the Development That Pays COMMUNITY (it's free!): → 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to this Channel: → 🤍 = = = = = = = = = = = = - 141. What is Kanban? Kanban Explained with a Coffee Cup #kanban #agile #DevelopmentThatPays What is kanban Well, it's many things: a kanban is an object kanban is a set of principles Kanban is also an agile framework. And in this video, we're going to be looking at all three aspects of kanban, with the help of a coffee machine, a Doctor Who Lego character and a coffee cup. Three aspects of kanban - Before we go too much further, let's disambiguate: There's Kanban the Agile framework - an alternative to Scrum. I like to write "Kanban" in this context with an uppercase K. Long before there was an uppercase K Kanban, there were a couple of lower case kanbans: kanban the thing, the object, the sign and kanban the set of principles. Today we're gonna start by talking about the latter two. And then later we'll add Kanban-the-Agile-framework back in to the brew. Talking of brew, I think I'm gonna grab myself a coffee. Coffee shop Into the shop, I place my order, tap my card, and she gets on and makes my coffee. Finally, I collect my coffee. Did you see any kanban here No, neither did I. For the simple reason that there really isn't any need for any form of kanban in here. Now it's probably a good time to introduce a couple of terms that I'm gonna rely on later. What we have here is a defined process: Take my order, make my coffee and, deliver it back to me. And with just one person doing all of the steps in that defined process, we really don't have any need for any special orchestration - other than the fact that those three steps really should be done in just that order. Scaling up - If the coffee shop becomes a bit of a destination in the neighbourhood - and of course, I wish it every success - then it's going to feel the need to scale things up a bit. One option would be to just well, instead of having one barista in the shop, we could have two. Each doing, well, everything! And providing they can manoeuvre around each other, there's not much we need to do to make things work: still the same defined process, and the need for a little bit of orchestration. But largely it takes care of itself: the till is either available or it isn't and the coffee machine is either available or it isn't. (Actually, this fine looking machine looks like it might be capable of preparing more than one coffee at the same time.) So that's one option: two people doing all of the steps inside the defined process. Specialisation - The coffee shop has another option for scaling things up, and that is to begin to specialise. Instead of adding a second barista, they could choose to add a dedicated order taker. (I struggled to find a good Lego character. This is apparently Doctor Who.) So yes: Doctor Who taking orders, the barista making the coffee And this arrangement - this specialisation - comes with some notable advantages. We have a dedicated order taker, who can become better at order taking over time. And we have a dedicated barista; focusing all of his attention on becoming better at making coffee. There are other advantages to this approach. (And if you can think of any, I'd love to hear from you in those comments below.) There are also disadvantages that come along with this specialisation of skills. I am going to focus on just one of those downsides: We have added some complexity to our process that wasn't there previously: our defined process now requires two people to carry it out fully. For the first time, we're having to handle the handoff between the person taking the order and the person making the coffee. Handling the handoff Let's take a look at that in action. Here's the coffee shop. Let's bring in the barista. And let's bring in that Doctor Who guy. And let's give them some customers to serve. This person - who's just arrived at the coffee shop and joined the queue - that's our hero. His name is Robert. And Robert patiently waits in the queue, ready to be served. Now he's at the front of the queue. He's placing his order: coffee type, milk type, etc. And all of that information is recorded on the cup. How interesting! He's also asked for his name, and his name is also recorded on the cup. (Obviously, if this has been real life, the writing wouldn't be nearly so neat and the spelling would not h 🤍
Kanban originated in the manufacturing sector. But, recently, it has become a popular approach to managing projects. This is especially as it has been developed into an Agile Project Management methodology. So, what is Kanban and Kanban Project Management? Here, Dr Mike Clayton, founder of 🤍 answers this question, in under 5 minutes. You might also like… - What is Agile Project Management? | 🤍 - What is Scrum? | 🤍 - What is Scrumban? | 🤍 - What is the Cone of Uncertainty? | 🤍 - What is ITIL (and ITSM)? | 🤍 To access all of our resources (many are free) check out our 5-step guide: 'I want to Study Agile Project Management' | 🤍 My basic introductory book to Project Management is How to Manage a Great Project (published by Pearson): 🤍 (affiliated link). Please: Give us a like Visit 🤍 ...or subscribe to our YouTube Channel by clicking here: 🤍
Which is better Agile or Kanban? Actually, it's not quite that simple. Agile development and Lean, where Kanban comes from, are both related approaches to software development. Agile project management guides us to work in chunks, called Scrum Sprints or Iterations, Kanban also aims to work in smaller steps. So what is agile, what is Kanban? What is a Kanban board and how does it work? Is it Kanban vs Scrum, Agile vs Kanban or something else? What are the similarities and what are the differences? What things should we focus on to do the best job that we can? In this episode, Dave Farley explores both of these ideas and explains the benefits, and drawbacks of each. If our aim is the Continuous Delivery of valuable software into the hands of our users, what is the best way to organise our work to achieve that? - 📚 BOOKS: 📖 Dave’s NEW BOOK "Modern Software Engineering" is now available on Amazon ➡️ 🤍 In this book, Dave brings together his ideas and proven techniques to describe a durable, coherent and foundational approach to effective software development, for programmers, managers and technical leads, at all levels of experience. 📖 "Continuous Delivery Pipelines" by Dave Farley paperback ➡️ 🤍 ebook version ➡️ 🤍 📖 The original, award-winning "Continuous Delivery" book by Dave Farley and Jez Humble ➡️ 🤍 - Also from Dave: 🎓 CD TRAINING COURSES If you want to learn Continuous Delivery and DevOps skills, check out Dave Farley's courses ➡️ 🤍 📧 JOIN CD MAIL LIST 📧 Keep up to date with the latest discussions, free "How To..." guides, events and online courses. ➡️ 🤍 - 🔗 LINKS: Agile Manifesto ➡️ 🤍 Kanban Explained ➡️ 🤍 - CHANNEL SPONSORS: Equal Experts is a product software development consultancy with a network of over 1,000 experienced technology consultants globally. They increase the pace of innovation by using modern software engineering practices that embrace Continuous Delivery, Security, and Operability from the outset ➡️ 🤍 Harness helps engineers and developers simplify and scale CI/CD, Feature Flags and Cloud Cost Management with an AI-powered platform for software delivery. ➡️ 🤍 Octopus are the makers of Octopus Deploy the single place for your team to manage releases, automate deployments, and automate the runbooks that keep your software operating. ➡️ 🤍 SpecFlow Behavior Driven Development for .NET SpecFlow helps teams bind automation to feature files and share the resulting examples as Living Documentation across the team and stakeholders. ➡️ 🤍
Understanding Kanban Method or Kanban Framework for software development. with details flow mechanism, its benefits and applicability, how it is different from scrum, metrics of Kanban system. Link to the Article : 🤍
Kanban is a simple and effective project management tool that everyone can use. All you need to build a Kanban Board are: masking tape, Post-it Notes, Sharpie Markers and lots of ideas! 👉 Some of my favourite Post-it Notes for Kanban Boards: Colorful Post-it Note Collection (3x3 Miami) - 🤍 Assorted Post-it Flags - 🤍 3M Expressions Masking Tape (to create Kanban Border) - 🤍 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Stay updated and follow me on: ► LinkedIn - 🤍 ► Facebook - 🤍 ► Instagram - 🤍 ► TikTok - 🤍edtchoi91 👉 If you enjoyed this video and want to keep up with me please leave a LIKE, write a comment on this video and Share it with your friends. Subscribe to Ed Tchoi channel and click the 🔔 icon for notifications when I post a new video. #office #productivity #projectmanagement Thanks for watching the video Kanban Tutorial: How to Setup a Kanban Board | Project Management | Productivity Tools | Ed Tchoi
This Invensis Learning video on "Key Elements of Kanban Board" will firstly give an introduction to Kanban and what Kanban Board is. Next, it explains elements of a Kanban Board, types and examples of Kanban Boards. Next, it talks about the benefits of Kanban boards and how to use it. Finally, it concludes talking about Scrum vs Kanban. Following are the outline of the video: 00:00:00 Introduction 00:01:45 Introduction to Kanban. 00:02:46 What is Kanban Board? 00:03:47 Elements of a Kanban Board 00:06:01 Types and Examples of Kanban Boards 00:08:28 What are the Benefits of Kanban Boards? 00:09:48 How to Use Kanban Boards? 00:14:50 Scrum vs Kanban #KeyElementsofKanbanBoard #KanbanBoardExplained #agileframework #agiletraining #invensislearning Check out our website for more details: 🤍 Get enroll in Certified Scrum Master course: 🤍 Trending Certified Scrum Master Certification Training in UK: 🤍 Follow Us On: Facebook: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 🔔 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Invensis Learning is a pioneer in providing globally recognized certification training courses for individuals and enterprises worldwide. We have trained and certified 15,000+ professionals from 50+ courses through multiple training delivery modes. Participants will get live classes which will be delivered by experienced trainers. Upon enrolment, you will get lifetime access to a Learning Management System which will contain all class resources like recordings, mock exams, assignments.
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Sven Januszek gives a brief introduction to Just-in-time production and the Kanban method. It is one of the videos of the #POM4all initiative by Prof. T. Netland at ETH Zurich. Feel free to use all #POM4all videos as you please in your studies and lectures:) The lecture videos are made for an introductory course in Production and Operations Management (POM). #Just-in-time #Kanban #PullSystem #TaktTime #ContinuousFlow #ProcessImprovement #OperationsManagement #Course #POM #POM4all #Production
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Visit 🤍 to view the full video and purchase access to our other Continuous Improvement courses. Did you know the word "Kanban" is of Japanese origin and translates to "billboard" or "signboard"? It is one of the Lean methodologies used to reduce wastes, such as waiting, overstocking, overproduction, and excess motion in a production process. It ensures parts are finished exactly when they are planned to be without interruptions caused by a lack of raw materials. This interactive online course provides an overview of the Lean manufacturing tool Kanban. Kanban uses visual signals to communicate the need for raw materials or parts only when there is a demand for them. This ensures that you only produce what customers want when they want it.
Scrum, Kanban and Scrumban are the dominant Agile frameworks. But are they all FRAMEWORKS? Scrum certainly is. Kanban may be. But what about Scrumban? Get on the waiting list for my course "The Scrumban Blueprint 2.0": - 🤍 Grab a Cheat Sheet: - Scrum - 🤍 - Scrum vs Kanban - 🤍 - Scrumban - 🤍 Buy a book! (affiliate links - if you purchase a book I may receive a small commission at no cost to you) - Scrumban [Corey Ladas] - 🤍 - Kanban [David J Anderson] - 🤍 = = = = = = = = = = = = JOIN the Development That Pays COMMUNITY (it's free!): → 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to this Channel: → 🤍 = = = = = = = = = = = = - 144. Scrum vs Kanban vs Scrumban  + 3 FREE Cheat Sheets #scrum #scrumban #kanban #DevelopmentThatPays Scrum. Kanban. Scrumban. If you found this video, chances are you were just searching for one or more of the above. Excellent! Not only do I have a great EPISODE for you. I also have not one but THREE rather lovely cheat sheets Let’s start with the easy one: Scrum. Scrum traces its history back to 1986 Over more than a decade, Messers Schwarber and Sutherland - and sometime Beadle developed the Scrum framework. With The Scrum Guide making its debut in 2010. The Scrum Guide was a masterstroke. It’s free. It’s freely available. It’s helped to propel Scrum to its current position as the dominant Agile framework/ Thanks to the near-ubiquity of the Scrum Guide, the vast majority of teams that are “doing Scrum” know what “ Scrum Guide”-compliant” Scrum looks like. Although Scrum has many moving parts, it’s not descriptive: it tells you WHAT to do… not HOW to do it: Framework rather than methodology. Enjoy that clarity for a second. Scrum. A Framework. Definitely. Let’s move on to Kanban. kanban - at its heart/origin - is neither methodology nor framework: it’s a set of principles. These principles: Visualise the work Limit WIP Focus on flow Continuous improvement Because kanban is a set of principles, it has a wide application. From factories to supermarkets to coffee shops to restaurants. Kanban is far older than Scrum - tracing its roots that go back to the 1940s. But it wasn’t until the naughties that it made its presence felt in our Agile world. In 2004 David J Anderson published Kanban Method, followed by his book "Kanban - Successful evolutionary change for your technology business" in 2010. Have we found Kanban the Framework Let’s see what the author says: “[...] I describe Kanban (capital “K”) as the evolutionary change method that utilizes a kanban (small k) pull system, visualisation, and other tools in order to catalyze the introduction of Lean ideas into technology development and IT Operations.” Oh. Method. Not Framework. Which kind of puts me in a bind: On the left, Scrum. A Framework. And - thanks to The Scrum Guide - well-defined framework. Sharp focus. On the right we have Kanban. Out of focus. In the decade since this book, one might have expected a Kanban Guide to appear. To bring the “Kanban the Framework” into sharp focus. But it hasn’t arrived. So we’re left with something that’s more “concept” than “concrete”. But a convenient concept all the same: If you’ve been with me for a while, you’ll know that I often talk about Scrum and Kanban “the Agile Frameworks”. Although there is no “Kanban Guide”, if your team plans to “Do Kanban”, then this book is the book I’d recommend. Unless that is, you’re currently doing Scrum. Anderson wasn’t the only looking at applying those kanban principles technology development and IT Operations” in the naughties. In 2008 Corey Ladas threw his hat into the ring, publishing "Scrum-ban" and his book "Scrumban" a year later. If you’ve heard the word Scrumban before, you may have assumed - like I did - that it's a hybrid - a halfway house between Scrum and Kanban. But read the book and you’ll find that Corey Ladas - like David J Anderson - focuses on the application of those kanban principles. But UNLIKE Anderson, Ladas defines a very clear starting point: Scrum. A couple of things to say about that: Corey Ladas was super-Smart to target the dominant Agile framework at the time, which of course was Scrum. I don’t consider Scrumban to be a framework; I prefer to describe it as a PATHWAY. A pathway between Scrum the Framework and Kanban the conceptual 🤍
Kanban est une méthode de gestion de projet agile comme la méthode Scrum. Dans cette vidéo, vous serez tout sur la méthode Kanban en quelques minutes. - - D'autres outils, modèles et techniques dans la boîte à outils marketing ici : 🤍 (code promo : BAOL) - - Pour aller plus loin en marketing : 🤍 - Vous aurez un exemple de Kanban, des explications en français. Vous découvrirez ce qu'est un tableau Kanban, les tâches à faire, en cours, finalisées, le backlog, et les tests. Kanban a été créé par Toyota dans les années 50. Aujourd'hui, la méthode est largement utilisée, notamment dans des applications comme Trello ou Jira. On compare aussi scrum avec Kanban dans la vidéo. Pour créer vous aussi ce genre de vidéo : 🤍 #kanban #projet #agile * Comment vous dédoubler : 🤍 (code promo : YouTube = 50% de réduction) * ↡↡↡ Voir aussi ↡↡↡ ▶ SCRUM la méthode agile en 10 minutes : 🤍 Et pour terminer : ▶ Découvrez plus de 1000 astuces marketing ici : 🤍 ▶ Sur Facebook : 🤍 ▶ Pas encore abonné à cette chaine Youtube ? Abonnez-vous ici: 🤍
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The 3 principles of Kanban and how it is implemented using a Kanban board. It helps in visualising our work and work stages. It moves through multiple stages: • To Do • Analyze • Development • Test • Done You'll learn the principles of why kanban works, as well as nitty-gritty details like how to use different color stickies on a kanban board to help you organize and track your work items.
Продолжаем разговаривать на тему agile-методологий. Сегодня я расскажу вам о том, что такое kanban, для чего его придумали, как это применяется в IT и как соотносится со скрамом (о нем я рассказывал в предыдущем выпуске). Так что заводим кофе-машину и погнали!😎 Аудио-версия выпуска: 🤍 Ещё немного о Kanban: 🤍 _ АЙТИБОРОДА В ИНТЕРНЕТЕ: 🔹 Сайт - 🤍 🔹 YouTube - 🤍 🔹 SoundCloud - 🤍 🔹 Discord - 🤍 🔹 Telegram - 🤍 🔹 Instagram - 🤍 🔸 Стать спонсором - 🤍 00:00 - Начало 00:55 - о компании "Toyota" 01:35 - что такое канбан в производстве 02:32 - что такое канбан в ИТ 02:43 - что такое беклог 03:07 - о статусах в канбане 03:57 - роли в канбане 04:25 - ограничения на беклог 04:44 - Work in progress 05:55 - оценка задач 06:32 - о количестве людей в команде 07:05 - еще о времени выполнения задачи 07:34 - о релизах 08:11 - новые задачи в канбане 08:49 - где канбану жить хорошо 09:11 - о канбане в скраме УЧИМСЯ #ДОМАВМЕСТЕ #itbeard #айтиборода #agile #kanban #backlog
Tegenwoordig neemt het gebruik van kanban binnen agile teams enorm toe. En terecht. Ik zie het als de volgende stap om als team voorspelbaar te worden. In deze video leg ik heel bondig uit wat kanban is aan de hand van de 5 kanban principes en leg ik uit hoe je start met het combineren van scrum en kanban. Referenties Kanban voor agile teams: 🤍 Kanban voorbeeld Henrik Kniberg: 🤍
Čtvrtý díl minisérie “Agilní metody řízeni projektů“, kde se dozvíte, co to je Kanban, kde je vhodné ho nasadit a jaké jsou jeho výhody. Autorem je Zuzana ‘Zuzi‘ Šochová, Agilní kouč a Certified Scrum Trainer (Scrum Alliance).
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🤍 Work in Progress (WIP) limits restrict the total number of kanban cards in each column of a kanban board. By limiting work in progress, teams often get more work done (and faster) than without WIP limits. This video teaches you what a WIP limit is, how to set your WIP limit on Jira Software, and some goals you can work towards now that your team is limiting work in progress. WIP limits work by setting a maximum number of kanban cards that can be in any one stage of kanban board concurrently. A WIP limit of 6 would mean that only 6 cards can be in that column at one time. The main benefit of WIP limits is completing the selected work items in a more timely manner. This can be counterintuitive as your team is taking on less work at one time. By doing this, teams often increase their efficiency and go on to complete more work over time. Setting WIP limits is something your team will have to experiment with. A good rule of thumb is to take the number of team members and multiply that by 1.5 or 2. On Jira Software and Trello, it's easy to add this new WIP limit to your board. We also teach you how to do it with physical kanban boards. Start a kanban project free in Jira today: 🤍 #YourAgileCoach
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Kanban Method [ KANBAN ] #Kanban system in manufacturing | Kanban Explained | Kanban Card system. This video talks about is Kanban which is a scheduling system for lean manufacturing and just-in-time manufacturing. 🎥 𝐒𝐮𝐛𝐬𝐜𝐫𝐢𝐛𝐞 𝐦𝐲 𝐘𝐨𝐮𝐓𝐮𝐛𝐞 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 : 🤍 📹 𝐁𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐋𝐞𝐚𝐧 𝐒𝐢𝐱 𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐦𝐚 & 𝐐𝐮𝐚𝐥𝐢𝐭𝐲 𝐓𝐨𝐨𝐥𝐬 𝐕𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐨𝐬 🎬 Lean Manufacturing : 🤍 🎬 Lean Vs Six Sigma : 🤍 🎬 Value Stream Mapping : 🤍 🎬 Quality Function Deployment : 🤍 🎬 Six Sigma (6 Sigma) : 🤍 🎬 8 Lean Manufacturing wastes: 🤍 🎬 5S Methodology: 🤍 🎬 GEMBA Walk : 🤍 🎬 SIPOC Diagram: 🤍 🎬 Lean Pull vs Push : 🤍 🎬 POKA YOKE (Mistake Proofing): 🤍 🎬 Just in Time: 🤍 🎬 TQM - Total Quality Management : 🤍 🎬 TPS - Toyota Production System : 🤍 🎬 TPM - Total Productive Maintenance : 🤍 🎬 7 Basic Quality tools : 🤍 🎬 FMEA (Failure Modes & Effect Analysis) : 🤍 🎬 Fishbone Diagram : 🤍 🎬 5 Why Root Cause Analysis: 🤍 🎬 Quality Assurance vs Quality Control : 🤍 🎬 Plan Do Check Act (PDCA cycle) : 🤍 🎬 Critical To Quality in Six Sigma: 🤍 🎬 Drum Buffer Rope & Theory of Constraints : 🤍 🎬 Six Sigma Process Variation : 🤍 🎬 Six Sigma Defect Metrics (DPU, DPMO & PPM) : 🤍 🎬 Balance Scorecard ? 🤍 🎬 Key Performance Indicators (KPI) : 🤍 🎬 New Product Development Process : 🤍 🎬 Product Life Cycle (PLC) stages : 🤍 🎬 Fault Tree Analysis: 🤍 🎬 7 basic quality control tools: 🤍 🎬 5W1H : 🤍 🎬 8D Problem solving methodology: 🤍 🎬 One Piece Flow Vs Batch : 🤍 🎬 Line Balancing: 🤍 🎬 Heijunka : 🤍 🎬 Muda, Mura & Muri: 🤍 🎬 Takt Time vs Cycle Time vs Lead time : 🤍 ⏱️ 𝑻𝒊𝒎𝒆 𝑺𝒕𝒂𝒎𝒑 ⏱️ - 0:00 - Introduction 00:31 - What is Kanban System ? 01:24 - Where did Kanban system originated from ? 01:59 - 4 principles of Kanban system 03:37 - How does Kanban system ? 04:05 - Kanban Card 📢📢 📢📢 𝐅𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰𝐬 𝐮𝐬 𝐨𝐧 𝑺𝒐𝒄𝒊𝒂𝒍 𝑴𝒆𝒅𝒊𝒂 - 🐦𝐓𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐭𝐞𝐫 : 🤍 📸 𝐈𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐦 : 🤍 📩 𝐓𝐞𝐥𝐞𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐦 : 🤍 🙋🏻♂️ 𝐏𝐢𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐭: 🤍 🙋🏻♂️ 𝐋𝐢𝐧𝐤𝐞𝐝𝐈𝐧 𝐏𝐚𝐠𝐞: 🤍 🙋🏻♂️ 𝐅𝐚𝐜𝐞𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤 𝐏𝐚𝐠𝐞 : 🤍 💌 𝑪𝒐𝒏𝒕𝒂𝒄𝒕 𝒖𝒔 : digital.e.learning007🤍gmail.com for any business/ promotion queries. ✍️ 𝓓𝓲𝓼𝓬𝓵𝓪𝓲𝓶𝓮𝓻: Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. The information contained in this video is just for educational and informational purposes only and does not have any intention to mislead or violate Google and YouTube community guidelines or policy. I respect and follow all terms & conditions of Google & YouTube. 𝐂𝐨𝐦𝐦𝐨𝐧 𝐊𝐞𝐲 𝐬𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐜𝐡 𝐫𝐞𝐥𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐝 𝐭𝐨 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬 𝐭𝐨𝐩𝐢𝐜 : #kanban #Lean #KanbanBoard #Digital_e_Learning #JustinTime #kaizen #Lean #LeanSixSigma #SixSigma #Quality What is kanban process? What is kanban process in Agile? What is Kanban good for? What is difference between Kanban and Scrum? what is kanban agile kanban system in manufacturing kanban system in manufacturing industry kanban system animation kanban project management kanban explained
Kanban System is explained in this video with a parallel with a restaurant. ✅ Lean Training: Easier, Better, Faster, and Cheaper See My Lean Video Collection Here: 🤍 ✏️ Here the Transcript of the video: Hi! In this video, I will explain to you how does the Kanban System work. Ready? Go! Kanban means signboard and it is a way to give information between processes, workstations, customers, and suppliers. We see Kanban every day at restaurants. Look at the process... 1) There is a customer at the table. 2) There is a waiter that asks the customer demand. 3) The waiter writes the information on the paper. 4) The waiter brings the paper in the kitchen. 5) The kitchen prepares what is written. 6) When ready, the food is brought to the customer. If we bring this experience to the shop floor ... A) The customer is the downstream process. B) The waiter is the "WATERSPIDER" C) The information is already on the Kanban Card D) The Kanban Card is brought to the upstream process (the kitchen) E) The upstream process produces only what is written on the Kanban Card F) When the product is ready, the waterspider brings the product from the upstream to the downstream process. The use of Kanban brings the following benefits: 1) Give the right information to all the processes 2) It is a visual way to control the production 3) Limit the Work in Progress 4) Avoid overproduction Why your shop floor is not working as a restaurant? ################ Outro Music by Bensound. ############### Support us on: 🤍 ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Hi, my name is Mark Anderson a 20+ year Lean Expert. I have created LeanVlog because I want to spread Lean Thinking worldwide and I think the video is the most effective way to teach, learn, and spread knowledge. If you want to stay in touch with me you can choose the channel you prefer. A) Let us connect on Linkedin 🤍 B) Meet on Facebook • Facebook: 🤍 C) Latest Videos and Playlist • Website: 🤍 D) 2 Videos Every Week • Telegram Channel: 🤍 #LeanVlog #Kanban_System #Kanban_System_Example