Report from Lean Kanban 2009

May 11, 2009 — Posted by Jim Trott

Listen to the webinar audio Report from Lean Kanban 2009

Kanban is an emerging practice in Lean software development. Founded on solid principles of flow and utilization theory, it seems to address many of the issues people have had with Agile approaches. Over the next few years, Lean Kanban is going to become an important part of the software professional's toolkit.

The Lean Kanban Conference 2009, May 6-9, 2009 in Miame, brought together practitioners and thought leaders to discuss how to help the community go forward. This podcast is a report by Alan Shalloway about what he, Guy Beaver, and Alan Chedalawada (all from Net Objectives) learned from this special event.

Over the next few weeks, Alan will be posting some blogs about what he learned at the conference. See blogs.netobjectives.com. It will be the topic of several upcoming podcasts on Lean-Agile Straight Talk. 

You can learn more about this conference at http://miami2009.leanssc.org/

And make your plans now to attend the UK Lean Kanban conference in September. For information, see www.ukleanconference.com

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Music used in this podcast

“Pizzaman” and “Chocolate” ©2006 William Cushman: http://ghostnotes.blogspot.com/

For more information, contact info@netobjectives.com or visit us at https://www.netobjectives.com/

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About the author | Jim Trott

Jim Trott is a senior consultant for Net Objectives. He has used object-oriented and pattern-based analysis techniques throughout his 20 year career in knowledge management and knowledge engineering. He is the co-author of Design Patterns Explained: A New Perspective on Object-Oriented Design, Lean-Agile Software Development: Achieving Enterprise Agility, and the Lean-Agile Pocket Guide for Scrum Teams.


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Do you know that this podcast is cut off at the 18:21 minute mark, right in the middle of a sentence? The size of the mp3 on disk is 17648480, and I have downloaded it multiple times to make sure it's not a problem on my side.

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