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Thursday, December 12 • 10:45am - 12:45pm
Balancing flows in Run & Change teams

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Speaker pitch
Multidisciplinary teams. A nice concept. But what if the teams are responsible for Run as well as Change? Give support on existing products and work on new projects at the same time? Can Kanban support this way of working? Yes, it can! And I can show you how. It is all about STATIK and Metrics. About making things visible. Having conversations about what delivers value. And, of course, what not. Based on implementations at, among others, Royal Schiphol Group and the Dutch Archives.

Lots of multidisciplinary teams are responsible for maintaining a product as well as for developing that exact product at the same time. Incidents, minor changes and large projects hijack valuable time of team members. Resulting in a lack of overview of the work, lack of insight in what work should prevail over other work and a constant hassle with stakeholders of the team and users of the product.

Using STATIK to understand the work, using the Kanban method to gain insight and oversight and using metrics to balance the different classes of services among each other, you can offer a solution for your teams. Which can bring back some peace and quiet in the team. Manage expectations towards stakeholders and users. Bring back the flow of value in your organization. And, last but certainly not least, have a happy team!

Why did we choose it ?
At flowcon, we love to talk about Kanban mainly because this is a "Start with what we do" approach with no silver bullet. This session will help you understand how to use Kanban in your day to day activities. By day to day, We're not only talking about run, but how to deal with build and run. Welcome in the world of classes of services.


Speakers
avatar for Bianca Griffoen

Bianca Griffoen

Agile coach & Trainer
Who are you ?I am a Kanban Junkie. I have worked in a wide range of organizations from the government to the industrial sector. Even at home I bring Kanban into practice. (I even taught my children Kanban.) I have worked with individuals, teams and management. Trying to pass on the... Read More →


Thursday December 12, 2019 10:45am - 12:45pm
Workshop 2.3 - 19p

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