Category Archives: change

Not all change is alike

After the opening session at the Kanban Leadership retreat in Portugal it is clear that change is again a big topic at the retreat. Mike Burrows’ session proposal is on visualising change (have a look at his recent blog post). … Continue reading

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Visual project management

I did a webinar for LeanKit where I explore the why-how-what of┬áVisual Project Management. Below you can find a link to the slides. Visual Management Webinar – LeanKit & Patrick Steyaert from LeanKit

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Using narrative to research Kanban implementations

Update to this post (Oct. 30, 2013) During the months after this blog post, Arno Korpershoek and myself have worked on an implementation of a narrative research tool (as described in the blog post) for lean agile organizations based on … Continue reading

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When change is the bottleneck

A couple of weeks ago I was doing an in-company Kanban workshop. I knew the team that participated in the workshop from before. I had been working briefly with them a few years ago. From the moment people started coming … Continue reading

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