Moving Thousands of People to Kanban in 16 Months — Koren, Yaholom, Yeret
The goals set before us a year and a half ago were to stop saying “no” to customers for late or changed scope while helping them achieve time to value. We have gone through a successful revolutionary change in the way we manage our projects a few years earlier (CCPM), and we felt that the organization cannot handle another revolution. Still, our customers’ business required better responsiveness and flexibility, reduce risks, and a much faster time to market. In this session, we will describe how we pulled it off again, in a completely different implementation approach evolutionary, pull based.
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Indefinite Unsustainable Pace - Eric Green
The Inner Game of Kanban - Russell Healy
Moving Thousands of People to Kanban in 16 Months - Koren, Yaholom, Yeret
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Next Video Leadership as a Design Problem — Frode Odegard
Leadership is the ongoing process of defining a shared goal or purpose and inducing others to pursue it. There are many approaches to achieving this, and in this short talk, we will review and compare a number of leadership styles, including Lean Leadership. We will also discuss how leaders gain, keep and lose credibility with their followers Leadership Capital.