Software Development, Kanban in Action

0

Kanban in Action

Here's a nice example of applying Kanban to a software development process, from David J. Anderson's “Agile Management Blog.” Has anyone used a process like this for managing open factory maintenance issues instead of software bugs?

Visit his blog for the details on how it works, but Anderson writes about the benefits of the “kanban” system:

The kanban system allows us to deliver on 3 elements of my recipe for success: reduce work-in-progress (in fact it limits it completely); balance capacity against demand (as new CRs can only be introduced when a kanban card frees up after a release); and prioritize.

Related in topic only, here's a webcast on Lean and Agile Software Management.

Please check out my main blog page at www.leanblog.org

The RSS feed content you are reading is copyrighted by the author, Mark Graban.

, , , on the author's copyright.

Note: Comments have been turned off for the time being to try to shut down excessive spam/bot traffic to the site. If you'd like to add a comment, please share the post on LinkedIn or Twitter with your comments and thoughts.

Subscribe to get notified about posts via email daily or weekly.

close

Get New Posts Sent To You

Leave A Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.