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Imported from Japan, Kanban is an agile methodology that is gaining a lot of traction. Kanban, or Japanese for signal card, is a process that focuses on transparency and limiting the work in progress. By utilizing Kanban, you can pinpoint the bottlenecks and address them easily. In this session learn what Kanban is, how it evolved from its roots in the Toyota production system to software development, Kanban’s benefits, and how best to implement a Kanban system. We also discuss when not to use Kanban and how to modify other agile methodologies, such as Scrum, to be used in conjunction with Kanban.
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