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Kanban is an emerging second generation agile method inspired by five decades of process excellence in the Japanese auto manufacturing industry, also known as lean thinking. kanban uses visual management techniques that involve stakeholders and facilitates understanding of how the work works. It helps teams adjust demand to capacity, reduce lead times, and create a driver for continuous improvement.

Kanban in Action
is a down-to-earth, no-frills, get-to-know-the-ropes introduction to kanban. It's based on the real-world experience and observations from two kanban coaches who have introduced this process to dozens of teams. This book covers basic but powerful techniques on how to visualize and track work, construct a kanban board, and how to visualize queues and bottlenecks, and more.

 

RETAIL SELLING POINTS

 Down-to-earth introduction to Kanban

 Practical advice for making workflow faster

 Real-world case studies of Kanban at work

 

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This book is written for all members of the development team, including leaders, coders, and business stakeholders. No experience with kanban is required.

 

ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY

Kanban is an agile software development method for continuous collaborative improvement based on the lean principles of visualizing work, limiting the amount of work in process, and managing the flow of work.

 

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Marcus Hammarberg
is a software developer and kanban coach. He is experienced with numerous modern methodologies including BDD and TDD, Specification By Example, Scrum, and XP.

 

 

 

Joakim Sunden
has been a kanban practitioner and coach since 2008. He co-founded two of the first kanban user groups in Europe and now speaks regularly at conferences worldwide

 




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  • Broché: 359 pages
  • Editeur : Manning Publications; Édition : 1 (13 mars 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1617291056
  • ISBN-13: 978-1617291050
  • Dimensions du produit: 1,9 x 19 x 24,1 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Ludoviclfr le 8 juillet 2014
Format: Broché
Livre excellent je pratique du Kanban depuis quelques années et j'avoue avoir découvert et acheter ce livre il y a déjà quelques mois, je l'ai toujours sur moi et je le parcours des que j'ai besoin d'y revenir bravo aux auteurs j'ai adoré les conseils sur la mise en place de limites et l'approche via les avatars est vraiment très ludique, je conseille fortement ce livre car la formalisation est très claire, concise mêmes pour des initiés. J'ajoute aussi un excellent retour sur la description des indicateurs j'ai même surligné certains les passages pour argumenter mon discours lors de mes accompagnements terrains.
J'ai dévoré ce livre dans le train en seulement 2 jours et j'y retourne des que j'ai un doute sur certains sujets une lecture que je conseille très fortement car il fait un excellent tour de la méthode, il est vraiment très bien écrit en expliquant simplement les choses
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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great for beginners 20 mars 2014
Par Gojko - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This wonderful little book is a gentle introduction to Kanban by Marcus Hammarberg and Joakim Sunden. It explains the theory behind flow-based processes and provides a ton of practical implementation tips on everything from visualising work to how to properly take out a sticky note.

The first part deals with the basic principles of Kanban, using visual boards to show and manage work in progress, managing queues and bottlenecks and distributing and limiting work across team members. The second part explains how to manage continuous process improvement, how to deal with estimation and planning and how to define and implement different classes of service.

My impression is that this book will be most useful to people completely new to Kanban, who are investigating the concepts or starting to adopt this process. If you already use Kanban, you might find the chapters on managing bottlenecks and process metrics interesting.

Compared to David Anderson’s book, Kanban in Action is more approachable for beginners. Each important concept is described with lots of small, concrete examples, which will help readers new to Kanban put things into perspective, but also reinforce the message that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Anderson’s book goes in more depth to explain the theory behind the practice, and this book has more practical information and concrete advice on topics such as setting work in progress limits, managing different types of items on a visualisation board and choosing workflow metrics. If you’re researching this topic or starting to implement Kanban, it’s worth reading both books.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good well rounded easy to grasp. 14 mars 2014
Par Michael A Lopez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Been using Kanban awhile and still fleshed out some of the gaps in my experience. Mentioned the online tools I've been using. Lots of illustrations/examples and some excellent advice on peeling off stickies so they remain flat! Talks about where Kanban overlaps into other areas of software development from agile to testing to reporting and realizes it's not the only method in the toolbox while still exhibiting that it's the best.
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What you need to get started with Kanban 23 mars 2014
Par Alessandro Campeis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is a great introduction that would drive you smoothly into the world of Kanban.
This is a real "in action" book: every time a new concept is introduced everything is explained using simple examples instead of going down in the theory behind it and the reader is provided with lots of practical tips (many from real life cases) on how to apply it.
This makes it very easy to follow for who's new to the topic, but even if you already had some experience with it you could find some new trick to try.
Last chapter was a pleasant surprise: the authors collected some game you could use to explain Kanban and its principles to the people you work with. Knew some of them already but it's nice to see those mentioned: improving the way we can teach things to others is a topic that never get's enough attention.
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A little bit slow in the beginning but worth it. 27 mars 2014
Par Banner B Schafer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The way this book is read has a huge impact on the overall experience. The authors make the claim that the reader can read straight through or jump around as needed. I would recommend jumping around and using the book as a reference book rather then reading straight through. The reason for this is the beginning of the book is often slow and redundant. In particular the first chapter covers more or less the same principles as the next six. There is more detail in the later six chapters, but reading something twice was disengaging.

That being said. The third part of the book (Advanced kanban) was very helpful and much easier to read.

Overall, there is a lot to be learned from this book, but I would not recommend reading straight through like a traditional book. Chapter one gives a story illustrating some key principles of kanban. A better way to read this book is to start there and then expand on to the parts you find more interesting. I say this because if you do not find one bit interesting in chapter 1 then reading a whole chapter devoted to it is pretty tedious.
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Crisp, clear and comprehensive 21 avril 2014
Par Nilesh Thali - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'm an XP fan by choice and a (Certified :)) Scrum Practitioner by necessity who despite it's creator's dogmatic rants about Scrum being the One True Religion of Agile wanted to look at the wisdom in other lean/agile ways of doing and being. Though i had read several blogs on Kanban over the past few years, this was my first book, and it provided a wealth of information.
The book is divided into 3 parts.
Part I is a gripping novella about the "kanbaneros" - a team drowning in work, that gets up and going with kanban in 2 hours. The team member personas were well-developed, and corresponded very well with reality. This, to me, was like a demo, that allowed me to visualize the entire product (kanban) in a short time.
Another gem that was hidden in there was about how to coach teams, by asking the right questions, and letting the team come up with answers that they could own, instead of telling them what to do - something i found invaluable as a coach, because it's very tempting to spurt out "the right way" to do something.
I learned about "Pass the pennies" for the first time, and liked it better than some of the other multi-tasking games I have done.

Part II was getting into the details of Understanding Kanban, which underscored the fact that inspite of all the "new" additions from thought leaders in the field, Kanban is still about 3 basic principles:
Visualize your workflow
Limit WIP
Manage your workflow (continuous improvement)
It did however provide an informative sidebar about the 5 properties/6 practices.
Lots of good details about the board (let the team design it so they own it!) and the work-item cards (stickies) that go up on the board.
Many useful pieces of theory, like Little's law, which lends scientific backbone to the "Limit WIP" principle, Scott Bellware's "hernia in the system" visual, and the quick treatment of the "Theory of Constraints".
Once you realize that Kanban's driving force is continuous improvement, it doesn't seem so alien to take whatever good practices you have discovered and practiced in other methodologies (daily standups, planning, grooming, technical practices) and keep (or start!) doing them, without kanban feeling insulted in the slightest.

Part III is Advanced Kanban and covers "classes of service", "planning and estimating", metrics, and continuous improvement. Although I read through it, I feel like the teams that i'm working with aren't sufficiently advanced enough to be able to put into practice any time soon.

Overall, a great read, with a collection of lots of great ideas that can be put into practice immediately.
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