Update: Please find the updated topic below. Also, given we have a lot of people on the waiting list, we encourage you to update your status accordingly if you for some reason are not able to attend the event.
We're kicking off the Oslo Lean Meetup 2012 season with an exciting Meetup on the 2nd of February at the Scotsman.
David J. Anderson is visiting the Oslo Lean Meetup for the second time to share his knowledge of Kanban with us. Kanban is a method to drive continual improvement in organisations and can be used as a means towards the goal of becoming a Lean organisation. This is a great opportunity to increase your understanding of how Kanban can help you build better software, regardless of whether you are already using it, or are just curious about how Kanban might help improve your organisation.
Topic: David will present the Posit Science case study - a startup using Scrum that adopted Kanban in 2008/2009
About David J. Anderson
David leads a management consulting firm focused on improving performance of technology companies. He has 27 years experience in the technology field and has been managing teams since the late 1980s. David introduced Kanban pull systems for software development in 2005 - a simple idea that is revolutionizing productivity and culture in technology organizations. He was a founder of the agile movement through his involvement in Feature Driven Development and one of the founders of the Lean Software and Systems Consortium (http://www.leanssc.org). David is also the author of "Kanban - Successful Evoluotionary Change for Your Technology Business", which was published in 2010.
David is in Oslo to run his Kanban Training Class. There are still a few seats left. You can find more information on http://kanban.miles.no/course/8
See you there!