Right before Christmas I crossed a write-up of Al Shalloway about Kanban being the integration of Deming, Ohno, Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints, Satir and Nonaka. At a similar time I finished Jerry Weinberg‘s most recent book Experiential Learning Volume 3 – Simulation. Jerry explains the Satir Change Model in such a great way, that I would like to elaborate a bit more on the relevance of the model particular for Kanban.
Today I attended a presentation for the German edition of the Kanban book by David Andersen at the Lehmann’s book store in Hamburg. My colleagues from it-agile, Henning Wolf and Arne Roock translated the English book to German. They gave an introduction to Kanban, and answered some questions from the roughly 100 attendees.
While I’m at the XP2010 in Trondheim, I try to update my blog with some of the interesting sessions I attend. This is the write-up from David Anderson’s keynote speech on Building a limited WIP Society in your Organization.