My name is Karl Scotland, and this is where I'll publish my thoughts and experiences on using agile software development methods and practices such as XP, Scrum and in particular Kanban Systems for Software Development.
I'm currently working as a Agile Coach for Rally Software (UK) - and am a founder member of the Lean Software and Systems Consortium.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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- Kanban, Flow and Cadence
- Defining the Last Responsible Moment
- Ball Flow Game
- The Kanban Thinking Picture
- Three Kanban Reminders
- A Kanban System for Software Development
- Crystallising Kanban with Properties, Strategies and Techniques
- Kanban, System Archetypes and Limits to Success
- A Review of Impact Mapping
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Kanban, System Archetypes and Limits to Success (4 votes)
Agile Thinking (3 votes)
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