This video introduces Kanban as a visually appealing work item management process that owes its origin to lean principles and the Toyota Production System (TPS). Additionally, this video introduces Little's Law and explains the law's applicability to software development process with respect to limiting work in progress.
- Kanban is a visually appealing simple…and efficient way of processing work items.…For a little background and theory…before we did into Kanban concepts,…Kanban owes it origin to lean manufacturing principles.…Toyota used these principles…in what they called the Toyota Production System.…Toyota began implementing these principles in the 50s.…Toyota's approach was aligned with the…rate at which their output product, cars,…we're being consumed.…
They maintained just enough inventory…at a given point in time…to execute a smooth flow of work…through their assembly line.…The approach included producing finished products…as efficiently as possible…and aligning their production rate…with the consumption rate.…The execution included adding defined…and reducing waste as much as possible.…Too much inventory of finished products…or raw material was considered a waste,…because resources to produce and store inventory…were being utilized, but the finished product…was not available to the customers.…
All this meant revenue from finished products was delayed,…
- Agile principles
- Scrum roles, artifacts, and rules
- Common myths and misconceptions about agile approaches
- Agile software engineering techniques
- Extreme programming (XP) and test-driven development (TDD)
- Kanban for developers
- Limiting work in progress (WIP)
- Scaling the output of agile teams
Skill Level Beginner
Agile at Work: Building Your Agile Teamwith Doug Rose1h 4m Intermediate
DevOps Foundations: Lean and Agilewith Ernest Mueller1h 26m Intermediate
What you should know1m 2s
1. Agile Fundamentals
2. Scrum: The Developer Perspective
3. Agile Software Engineering Techniques
4. Kanban for Developers
5. Scaling Agile
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