Presentation: "Kanban System Design"

Time: Thursday 10:35 - 11:35

Location: Elizabeth Windsor, Fifth Floor

A Kanban System is an approach to creating a method in order to improve a business's capability to meet its purpose. This talk will introduce a model for creating a Kanban System based on the central theme of systems thinking, a foundation of pull, value and capability, and aspects of workflow, visualisation, work in process, cadence, and learning. The model does not prescribe practices to be followed, but suggests key areas to consider when changing and improve an organisation’s delivery capability.
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Karl Scotland

 Karl  Scotland

Karl Scotland is a versatile software practitioner with over 15 years of experience covering development, project management, team leadership, coaching and training. For the last 10 years he has been successfully applying Agile methods, and most recently has been a pioneer and advocate of using Kanban Systems for software development.

Currently an Agile Coach with Rally Software in the UK, Karl is a founding member of the Lean Software and Systems Consortium and the Limited WIP Society, and has previously championed Agile and Lean Thinking with the BBC, Yahoo! and EMC Consulting. Karl writes about his latest ideas on his blog at