The Kanban Maturity Model is a map for developing business agility in an evolutionary manner. It defines cultural values and Kanban practices that together enable achieving better business outcomes. The Evolutionary Change Model defines the formulae for making progress with an organizational change avoiding resistance and preventing the two typical failure modes – overreaching and false summit plateau.
The KMM posters illustrate the key concepts in each one of the KMM pillars. Use them to get a better understanding of where your organization is and define an appropriate approach to improving its resilience, reinvention and customer satisfaction.
Start the evolution with heart
Building the right organizational culture is key for the success of your journey.
The Culture poster shows the values and cultural focus for each maturity level. It also illustrates the practices that will help you build trust, social cohesion as well as the foundation for introducing innovative management practices.
Use this poster to get inspiring ideas for driving cultural change.
Run the engine of change
This is you companion in identifying the appropriate Kanban practices that will help your organization introduce and strengthen the service orientation, get better comprehension of customer expectations, deeper understanding of processes and achieve a smooth and sustainable pace of superior results.
Practices make culture stay and enable business outcomes.
Use the transition practices to create the desire to evolve further. Apply the consolidation practices to solidify the achieved improvement.
Outcomes and Benefits
Your improvement gauge
This poster summarizes the benefits you will observe in your organization as an outcome of the integrated development of culture and management practices.
Use it to describe your desired state and motivate evolutionary change. Once you achieve your purpose, use it to stimulate further advance in actions.
Avoid the risks on the road
Successfully running an organizational change is not trivial. Keep the formulae and the model for evolutionary change always at a glance.
Use them to avoid the risks of loss of safety, patience to see results, resistance, overreaching, losing people or bad behaviors.
What’s in it for me?
Explain the four pillars of the model and highlight the most important aspects.
Use this poster to introduce anybody the Kanban Maturity Model and the Kanban Method.
Co-author of the Kanban Maturity Model