Scrumban - Essays on Kanban Systems for Lean Software Development
Corey Ladas' groundbreaking paper "ScrumBan" has captured the imagination of the software development world. Scrum and agile methodologies have helped software development teams organize and become more efficient. Lean methods like kanban can extend these benefits. Kanban also provides a powerful mechanism to identify process improvement opportunities. This book covers some of the metrics and day-to-day management techniques that make continuous improvement an achievable outcome in the real world. ScrumBan the book provides a series of essays that give practitioners the background needed to create more robust practices combining the best of agile and lean.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
One Piece Flow meets the V Model
Starting a Kanban system
Running a kanban System
Prioritizing and Planning
About Modus Cooperandi
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Agile methods analysis analyst-designer apply Axiomatic Design batch bucket brigade bugs burndown capacity coder-tester collaboration completion queue component continuous improvement cost craft production customer-valued cycle defined deployment Design by Contract designer-coder development process development workflow division of labor downstream Extreme Programming feature brigade Feature crew Feature Driven Development feature team functional generalists goal handoff Ideal Final Result idle incremental integration iteration planning kanban system lead lean development LEAN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Lean thinking means one-piece flow operate optimize order point pair programming Personal Software Process pipeline possible practice priority problem project management pull system ready queue reduce release requests requirements roles scheduling Scrum Scrumban silver bullet simple skills slack smooth specific stall standup step synchronized task board team member Test Design there’s things throughput tickets Toyota Production System upstream variation waiting waste WIP limit work-in-process workcell workers