Kanban Un-complicated: Definition of Workflow
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A common misconception about Kanban is that it is so lightweight, all you need is a wall, some blue painter’s tape, and sticky notes, and you are an instant Kanban practitioner. What is lacking is an important practice in the Kanban guide: the Definition of Workflow.
In this workshop we will explore the minimum elements required for creating a Definition of Workflow and why they are necessary for your Kanban practice to succeed. Participants will learn how to create or update their Kanban boards with a Definition of Workflow that will help them focus on optimizing the flow of value.
Blake McMillan is a Trainer, Scrum Master, Agile Coach, and Consultant. With nearly 25 years of experience in the tech industry, Blake believes that we can make a positive impact on people’s lives and the organizations they work in when they experience the benefits of working on a self-organized, cross-functional team that delivers value frequently and learns to strive for continuous improvement.
Blake specializes in building trust and relationships with students, team members, and leadership through fierce positivity and a commitment to their long-term success.
Blake is passionate about sharing his knowledge and learning with others at conferences and events, creating and facilitating Agile Game sessions, and developing content for SoulofScrum.com.
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