Learn how to identify customer value and focus on the steps.
- Some Kanban teams struggle with what type of…information they should put on their cards.…There are plenty of good reasons…to have clearly written cards.…Remember that you want your team to have a certain…cadence as you pull work across the board.…That gets more difficult when your cards…are poorly written.…If this happens, the person has to go back…and figure out what the card means…before they estimate the work.…You also want your cards to be consistently sized.…You don't want one large card taking one month…and another large card taking two weeks.…
This similar sizing helps you get a better sense…of the flow of work through your system.…Remember that metrics like the Cumulative Flow Diagram…depend on how many cards you complete.…If these cards are inconsistently sized,…then it's difficult to tell when you have a slow down.…Every card on the board should represent some work item.…Most Kanban teams had settled on using sticky notes…for these work items.…It's also very common to use different classes of service.…
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- Lean principles
- Kanban and set capacities
- Five properties of kanban
- Starting enterprise lean
- Creating a value stream map
- Visualizing product flow
- Using a cumulative flow diagram (CFD)
- Setting up and working off of a kanban board
- Pitfalls of Kanban