What we’re about
This group is for everyone interested in Kanban, evolutionary change and/or agile management.
Kanban is an evolutionary approach to agility and a Change Management Method.
Kanban is highly adaptable to any kind of knowledge work and it is no framework. It is historically often used in IT-environments as a team approach for organising work, but in no ways limited to that - many knowledge workers are successfully using Kanban on different organisational levels and in various departments and industries.
The Limited-WiP-Society is the official community of the Kanban University founded by Kanban Inventor David J. Anderson, open for everyone who is interested, without any obligations. http://limitedwipsociety.ning.com/page/local-groups
Kanban is all about learning - and it is far more than moving yellow stickies on a board...
Upcoming events (2)See all
- 1st ever Kanban Conference AUS / NZ in Melbourne!!!Jasper Hotel, Melbourne, VI
Save the date! We're currently organising the first ever Kanban Conference on our side of the planet, this year in Melbourne! The 9th October is the main day of the Conference, and there will probably be more things happening during the week, like workshops and KU classes. This also means that we won't have an additional virtual meetup event around that date. Stay tuned on http://kanbannewzealand.co.nz/, www.kanbanoceania.com or kanbanaustralia.com.au!!
The organiser of the meetup group Silke
Silke is an Enterprise Coach, Accredited Kanban Trainer, Kanban Product Professional, Kanban Coaching Professional and Kanban Management Professional in New Zealand and certified facilitator of all versions of the Okaloa Flowlab. Her public classes "Team Kanban Practitioner", "Kanban System Design", "Kanban Systems Improvement" and soon "Kanban for Design and Innovation" (the Product Manager / Product Owner / Project Manager path of the KMP credential) can be found under her Kanban University profile. https://kanban.university/kuapps/#/user-profile/user/24536. She has trained many people and organisations also in-house around New Zealand.
As an intercultural trainer, she has written the two only intercultural books about New Zealand in German, one of them translated into English. https://wahlheimat-neuseeland.de/silke-noll-training-and-coaching/
She has previously worked in Scrum, SAFe, Nexus, LeSS and waterfall contexts as a Business Analyst, Tester, Scrum Master and Agile Coach. Her original background is (investment) banking / trading.
She loves networking, intercultural topics, kite-surfing, running, gym, sauna, tramping, languages, learning new things, going on roadies with her van, wine, good food, hanging out with friends.
- In-person Kanban catch-up WellingtonSt Johns Bar and Restaurant, Wellington
Hi fellow Agile and Kanban whānau!
Here comes our semi-annually in-person event in Wellington, somewhen in between winter and summer, and before everybody starts to be busy with end-of-year and xmas stuff. Let's hope for nice springtime weather!
I will have my self-created "Kanban myths and facts" cards with me we can use if we like, as a conversation starter. It wasn't needed in the past, but in case and if we feel like it, they'll be there.
Due to our Kanban Australia and NZ Conference in Melbourne, we won't have a virtual event in October.
See you there!