This presentation intended to provide insight into how lean thinking and the application of kanban to the software development process can improve delivery rates, maximise value and deliver enterprise class software solutions to market.
The theme is very much ‘theory into practice’ picking up on how queuing theory, information theory and gaming theory have been used to optimise product delivery.
Observations are made into how lean and kanban were applied to great affect at the team, project and program level using case study examples from projects where these techniques have been applied successfully. The experiences and lessons learned are both shared.
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Applying Lean and Kanban In The Enterprise
Kevin has more than fourteen years commercial experience in the design and development of enterprise scale software applications. He is the author of both the Dynamic Range and Limited Days estimation techniques and is principal contributor to the IT