Date(s) - 23/04/2018 - 24/04/2018
8:30 am - 5:30 pm
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
Developing business agility through the Kanban Maturity Model
Agile is not a state. Business agility is a capability that evolves gradually.
Developing organizational agility implies changes to behaviour and practices at all hierarchical
levels. Failing to introduce the right practices in an appropriate context can lead to losing momentum, unnecessary complication of the improvement initiative or social rejection, which in total means
not obtaining the expected benefits from the invested effort and energy.
This talk is about how the Kanban Maturity Model (KMM) can be used by organizations
interested in developing further their business agility. Based on real case examples from
companies using Kanban, I will present by what means the KMM addresses challenges such as
- extending the agile management from team level to multiple inter-dependent projects and services
- overcoming the strong “I” mentality of individuals and teams in a software development company and build a shared vision, “what we develop” thinking and focus on customer needs
- improving efficiency and predictability of product development.
More information: https://londonleankanbandaysllkd18.sched.com/event/E31j