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Kanban Resources

From: Sellers S.
Sent on: Monday, April 26, 2010 10:51 AM
All,

I seem to have sparked a fair amount of interest in my proposal for an 'Intro to Kanban' session for the Scrum User Group.�� There is a fair amount of information about Kanban on the web.�� Below are my personal favorite sources of information about Kanban.

-Sellers

Partial Bibliography
  • Good introductions to Kanban are�� Henrik Kniberg's articles�� and Cory Lada's article on Scrumban
  • For lengthier comparison of Scrum and Kanban see Kanban and Scrum Minibook at InfoQ
  • For a list of resources, check out Limited WIP Society .�� There is also an active yahoo group around kanban development
  • For a more detailed treatment.�� Check out David Anderson's book on Kanban.�� Not quite sure where to buy, I had a pre-publication PDF and just picked up a copy at the Lean Software and System Consortium's (Lean SSC) conference in Atlanta (4/21-23).
  • InfoQ was out in force at the Lean SCC conference in Atlanta and captured a number of the sessions.�� Look for this as�� well as other Kanban related articles on InfoQ.
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Robert "Sellers" Smith
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