Podcast #155 – Jim Benson of Modus Cooperandi on ‘Personal Kanban’ and Setting WIP Limits



Joining me for episode #155 is Jim Benson, co-author of the book Personal Kanban: Mapping Work | Navigating Life. Jim is the founder of a company with a great name, Modus Cooperandi.

He is, most notably, the creator of the “personal kanban” approach for managing work. It's not kanban as in material management, but rather a way of visualizing work and setting WIP limits (much as kanban might be used to trigger or limit production in a factory) — but for knowledge workers and anybody! Learn more about this approach on his “Personal Kanban 101” site.

For a link to this episode, refer people to  www.leanblog.org/155/.

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  2. Luke says

    Hey great podcast. Sadly Jim’s had a series of unfortunate plane issues that prevented him from attending DARE13 in Antwerp, BE. I was looking forward to his presentation, so it was good to hear from him on this podcast, and to have both of you discuss the similarities and differences between agile and Lean.

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