Values, Agendas, and Change: Kanban’s Bigger Picture — Mike Burrows
From its early origins, the Kanban Method was applied to organizational problems of significant scale and impact, where much was at stake. Despite this, many Kanban adoptions seem by comparison rather limited in their ambition. Using a modern interpretation of the method based on the language of values and agendas, this talk will explain how “the humane, start with what you do now approach to change” seeks to tackle not just team-level concerns but bigger organizational challenges.
Values, Agendas, and Change: Kanban's Bigger Picture - Mike Burrows
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