How can we help Kanban go mainstream – Kanban Leadership Retreat 2012 session #klrat

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In this session we talked about how we can help Kanban Crossing the Chasm.

There are signs that Kanban is moving out of the early adopters phase and a new way of getting the message out is needed to grow the use of Kanban and the market.

Crossing the Chasm

Image from the exandin blog

We used the model from the book Crossing the Chasm and started to analyze Kanban and it’s market. By using the model we where able to explore where pieces are missing and how Kanban may be perceived in the market.

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A very interesting session that spawned at least three new sessions for day 3:Recipes for improvement, Compelling reasons to buy Kanban, Explore “whole product solution”

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One thought on “How can we help Kanban go mainstream – Kanban Leadership Retreat 2012 session #klrat

  1. Arran Hartgroves 2012-06-26 / 01:34

    I would suggest collaboration with the Scrum community myself, the ground troops of Scrum appreciate Agile in all forms, and I believe would love to add Kanban principles to their tool kit.

    I find Scrum an easier framework to pass on to non Agile teams, but like the option of adopting Kanban for change on top when and if problems arise so the 2 can be complimentary.

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