3rd Generation Team Agile: Introducing Leanban

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This webinar discusses what we’ve learned from the first two generations of Agile – the first being Scrum/XP and the second being Kanban/The Kanban Method.  It points out the good and the bad as well as why we should think of the current approaches as specific solutions, but not the entire set of possibilities.  In the same way recipes can provide good solutions for specific tastes, learning how to cook without recipes can provide deeper solutions.  Al discusses what we need for the next generation, how to balance flexibility with ease of learning and the characteristics of team-level Agile within a large organization doing Agile.  The webinar concludes with the presentation of Leanban.  Leanban is based on Lean-principles while incorporating the practices of Scrum, XP, Kanban and the Kanban Method.  It also provides a way to determine which of these practices should be used.

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Introduction

Thanks, everybody, for being here. I'd like to start with this Bruce Lee quote, "Absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own." There's a lot of good stuff out there in the Agile community, but there's also a lot of stuff I wouldn't actually call good. I'm known as a candid speaker on a lot of things, and I've seen a lot of things.

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Past Webinar
Published:
Thursday, July 23, 2015
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1 hour
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