Kanban in the Kitchen
In this workshop, Steve will introduce Kanban and explain its place in the Agile toolbox. To do so, he'll guide participants through a hands-on session using Kanban to visualise & improve life in the kitchen!
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
Part 1: Introducing Kanban [15 min]
Hi, I'm Steve!
What is Kanban?
- Brief history
- Key elements
- Basic & more complex examples
Kanban & Scrum?
- What are the differences? similarities?
- Size & WIP Limits
When to use Kanban?
- Pro's & Con's
- What is it suitable for? What not?
- Example: Kanban for 3rd Line Dev Support
- Using elements of Kanban
- Consider: What problem(s) are you trying to solve?
Part 2: Kanban in the Kitchen [40 min]
Say hello to your team!
- Form teams & Intro's
- What's in your kitchen
- Divvy up roles
- Process review & set WIP limits
Can I take your order please?
- Test drive your new team & process
- How did you perform?
- Tweak your Process
Ramping it up
- More orders!
- Hit your WIP limits
- Review & tweak process
Mixing it up
- Different sized orders
- What happens when things go wrong?
Time to Share!
- Share lessons learned so far with other teams
- Can you handle high demand? spikes?
- Share your final process
Part 3: It's a Wrap! [5 min]
- What went well?
- Even better if…
Participants should come away with some practical experience with Kanban, and gain insight into:
- process visualisation
- identifying bottlenecks
- iterative process improvements
- where Kanban fits in the Agile toolbox
Product owners, delivery team members, and managers who are new to Kanban.
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