If you’re into Lean/Agile/Kanban or anything related to software processes, metrics, and management, and you’ve never heard of the Software Process and Measurement Cast (SPaMCast), then you have been missing out. Tom Cagley’s series of interviews and essays on SpaMCast are consistently some of the highest quality material in the world of podcasting, and not to be missed. Check out these episodes (some of our favorites):
- #92 – Don Reinertsen, Product Development Flow
- #74 – Kenji Hiranabe, Mind Mapping and Agile, Value
- #50 – David Anderson, Agile Management and More
- #76 – Tom and Mary Poppendieck, Leading Lean, Walls
- #37 – Kenji Hiranabe, Kanban, Making Tangible the Intangible
- #16 – Mary Poppendieck, Lean, Systemic Thinking
And there are so many more…check out Tom’s interviews with a “who’s who” list from of the software development world: Kent Beck, Ken Schwaber, Mike Cohn, Scott Ambler, Ivar Jacobson, and Grady Booch and more.
So, when Tom asked me to sit down and talk to him about the nuts and bolts of Kanban, I felt honored to do so. We had a great conversation, and talked about everything from the basic “what is kanban” to more advanced topics, how to get started, and more. It’s episode #100, and you can check it out here.