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Kanban in One Minute – Visualize the Workflow

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Great new video about Kanban by Michael Badali.  This is the third video in a regular series:

https://youtu.be/lhRMal5zu00


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New Video: Kanban in One Minute – Do It Right

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Another short video for your viewing pleasure!  Kanban in One Minute – Do It Right by Michael Badali.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDYJWKsdhcs


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New Video Series: Kanban in One Minute by Michael Badali

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Check out our first video “Kanban Basics”.

http://youtu.be/Kzaadklsu_A

Michael Badali is a Kanban expert with years of experience in Kanban and other Agile methods including nearly 2 years working as an internal coach at HP in China and the UK.


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What’s in your Agile Transformation Backlog?

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Michael Badali, a good friend of mine, has asked a great question on LinkedIn: What is your Backlog for Agile Transformation?.  From his question:

While I think that Band-Aid off quick is more likely to be successful than Band-Aid off slow, often Agile Coaches & Leaders are put in the position of Kaizen instead of Kaikaku. When asked for a detailed waterfall plan and schedule on how to become Agile… I generally refuse and create an Agile Transformation Backlog – a prioritized list of things that need to be done to become Agile. Please share your prioritized list of things that need to be done to be Agile.


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