Systems Thinking Approach To Implementing Kanban (STATIK)

Posted By on August 25, 2015 in BCS, Kanban, STATIK | 2 Comments

A recent talk I gave with my collegue Eben Halford at the BCS London Lean Kanban Day describing a recent STATIK workshop we conducted.

We explore the practical implementation of a STATIK (Systems Thinking Approach to Implementing Kanban) workshop and how we dig to uncover how teams work; what they do, why they do it, their customers’ dissatisfactions, and theirs. We examine the purpose of the system, and ultimately turn the treasures that we unearth into a kanban systems design.

 

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2 Responses to Systems Thinking Approach To Implementing Kanban (STATIK)

  1. Good presentation; nice to have a practical overview of STATIK

    • Tom Reynolds

      Thanks Darren

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