Art of Action by Stephen Bungay – Book Review

By |2012-10-07T18:33:50-04:00October 7, 2012|Book Reviews|

Before Lean Kanban Central Europe 2011 I never heard of Stephen Bungay. He delivered a magnificent keynote that ended the conference (you can see the slides here but the video is just for participants) and so I became interested in his work inspiring Business Strategy by Military Strategy especially as espoused by the Prussian Army in the 19th century. I recently finished his book The Art of Action: How Leaders Close the Gaps between Plans, Actions and Results and wanted [...]

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My Large Scale Kanban talk at Lean Kanban Central Europe 2011 Conference

By |2011-10-18T07:32:17-04:00October 18, 2011|Events, kanban|

Here is my talk, together with a great visualization provided by the conference organizers. My main points were: Classes of service do apply when developing products. Classes of service don't cover cases when you need to give different TreatmentĀ to different kinds of work, so I introduce Classes of TreatmentĀ for context-specific policies for "how to do the work" not just "when to pull what" Kanban doesn't prescribe teams, but what kind of team formation / organizational structure works best? Explored several [...]

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