This session was not filmed.
Since 2011, Kanban Pizza was baked everywhere in the world. Thanks to the original idea from Agile42, hundreds of people learnt how to apply the six Kanban practices (visualize, limit Work in Progress, manage flow, make policies explicit, implement feedback loops, improve collaboratively and evolve experimentally) to an existing process. We will use just post-its, paper, scissors, markers (and a lot of fun) to bake Capricciosa and Ham & Rocket Salad pizza slices.
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Massimo Sarti is in the IT industry from Sinclair ZX81 ages. Since Nineties, he used and promoted RAD, RUP, Iterative Development, XP and, more recently, Scrum, Lean IT and Kanban. He is the organiser of a Scrum meetup group in Roma (Italy) created for helping people to bridge the Agile knowledge gap. He currently works as an IT and Project Manager in a not-for-profit association based in London.