Skills Matter Lean and Kanban Exchange

I’m going to be speaking as part of the Skills Matter Lean and Kanban Exchange on December 1st. From their website:

The aim of the Lean & Kanban eXchange is to promote awareness and adoption of Lean and Kanban ideas and techniques. With David J. Anderson providing the conference keynote and two Parkbench sessions, the programme is structured to encourage discussion and bring together the leading thinkers and passionate members of the UK Agile, Lean & Kanban community. With a maximum number of 125 delegates, we aim to provide an informal and intimate environment where you can share experience, demonstrate new ideas and techniques, talk to the experts and generally have lots of fun.

There are still a few places left. If you’re in or around London, I’ll hopefully see you there.

Lean Kanban Exchange

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Skills Matter Slides and Video Available

The slides from my Kanban, Flow and Cadence presentation at Skills Matter are now available for download, and the video of the session is also available for viewing.

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Kanban, Flow and Cadence News

I did a re-run of Kanban. Flow and Cadence at miniSPA yesterday after being selected as one of the best sessions from the main SPA conference this year. I’ve just uploaded the slides on my downloads page. I had some good and appreciative feedback, and Mark Stringer has bee good enough to post some of his thoughts. I’m always glad to get this sort of feedback as it helps me understand how well I am explaining myself, and improve future presentations.

I have also recently agreed to do session at Skills Matter in London on the evening of July 30th – please sign up. This is the start of what I hope to be series of events jointly organised by Skills Matter and the London branch of the Limited WIP Society. While most of the ideas I will talk about remain the same, I am going to spruce up the slides and base them on the talk I gave in Zurich. The original version of Kanban, Flow and Cadence is nearly a year old now, and is refusing to die, so I’m keen to bring in some of my latest thinking.

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