In Kanban, defining your process policies and making them visible are symbiotic components of effective teams. Learn why these "rules of the road" are so important.
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Dominica DeGrandis explains three key reasons why IT Ops teams and those implementing a DevOps value chain use a lean flow approach to product development.
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LeanKit and Agile Innovation partner to discuss three of the critical first steps in Kanban: visualizing work, limiting WIP, and managing flow.
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Using Kanban software is easy. To begin, start with the most simple process you can think of. This may be a basic to-do list where items are either in the “to-do” column or in the “done”…