Process in Kanban

Something bothers me for a while about Kanban. These thought re-awakened during James Bach’s keynote at the Let’s Test conference in May. James was talking about the 1990’s movement into process. Processes needed to be everywhere. That’s why he became engaged with what turned out to end as the context-driven school of testing. Here is a quote that I heard in one form or another from the Kanban community:

The process needs to be defined, published and socialized — explicitly and succinctly.

(I got this from here.)

The Kanbanistas keep on confusing me with this. Here is why.

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