“A little knowledge is a dangerous thing”

                                                -Alexander Pope (1688 - 1744)

 Session Objective: Clarify myths and misunderstandings about the Kanban Method.

Kanban is often full of mystique for organizations. It is often talked about, frequently misunderstood, and usually incorrectly applied. The industry is rife with a lack of understand of the relevance, abilities and possibilities of the Kanban Method. This session will discuss how Kanban is becoming increasingly significant to software services as well as product organizations. We will then examine some of the common myths and misconceptions associated with Kanban and evaluate if they stand merit against the facts. We will conclude the discussion with a very brief overview of the fundamental principles, practices and values of the Kanban Method.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

- Understand the significance of Kanban for software organizations

- Examine some common myths associated with the Kanban Method

- Understand the basic principles, practices and values associated with the Kanban Method

- Q&A

Learning Outcome

- Clarification of myths associated with the Kanban Method

Target Audience

CSMs, CSPs, Agile Practitioners, Agile Newbies


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