Kanban: Step-by-Step Guide to Kanban (Core Practices, Kanban Systems, Full Value Chain, Forecasting with Kanban)
Jason Bennett, Jennifer Bowen
Is your team always stressed out? Are the priorities set by your management unclear? Are you unsure of what every member of the team is working on? If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then this book will guide you to success.
Kanban is a tool that helps teams and organizations concentrate on work and create a shared focus across different departments. It was developed by Taiichi Ohno in the late 1940s to improve the work done by the manufacturing department in Toyota. David Anderson defined the method when he used the tool to improve software development in the IT industry. It is becoming a popular way to visualize the workflow and also limit any work-in-progress items in different industries.
Teams and organizations around the world are using Kanban to deliver better business and catalyze change in culture and style of work.
Over the course of the book, you will gather information on:
- What is Kanban?
- The principles and practices underlying the tool and how they impact the management.
- Benefits of using Kanban.
- How project management can be improved using Kanban.
- How Kanban can be used in different systems.
- How the full value chain can be improved using Kanban.
- How Kanban improves work in a back office.
- How teams can forecast their workflow using Kanban.
Kanban may seem easy in theory, but can become tangled when implemented by teams. This book will simplify and help you understand how Kanban can be used in different departments to improve the overall quality and productivity of the team.
If you wish to eradicate any challenges that come in your team’s way to achieve productivity, this book will be your go – to guide. So what are you waiting for?
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