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Welcome to the Limited WIP Society

The Limited WIP Society is the home of the global community embracing Kanban for better service delivery.  "Limited WIP" refers to limiting the amount of work in progress -- a core practice in lean pull systems such as kanban.

This is where our community can share the resources that have been most useful, stay connected with other practitioners worldwide, and stay informed about community events.


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Nominate someone for the Brickell Key Award

Posted by Ltd WIP Society on January 26, 2015 at 9:54am 0 Comments

Nominations are now being accepted for the Brickell Key Award 2015. The award ceremony will be held at the upcoming Lean Kanban North America conference.



Fill out the form to nominate someone to be considered: Brickell Key Awards: Call for Nominations | Lean Kanban North America



The Brickell Key Award highlights excellence in our community, honoring two people (chosen from 6 nominees) who have…

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Kanban Principles or Propertise

Started by Muhmmad Ovais Ahmad in Uncategorized. Last reply by Ltd WIP Society Nov 23, 2014. 1 Reply

Are the following are Kanban principles or properties?Visualise the workflowLimit Work In ProgressMeasure and manage flowMake process policies explicitImprove collaboratively (using models and the…Continue

Searching for agile game experts (and practitioners!)

Started by Marco Bresciani in Uncategorized Aug 20, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi all,  as someone of you may (I hope) know, I've create a small idea of a possible agile game to show how limiting WIP may indeed help in increasing flow. You can find The Golf Ball Tossing Game…Continue

Tags: wip, game, agile

Kanban CFD Visualization App

Started by Ken Chen in Uncategorized Jul 29, 2014. 0 Replies

A year ago, I joined a Kanban training courses given by David J Anderson in Beijing during the AgileChina 2013.  I learned a lot from the training courses and obtained a copy of "Lessons…Continue

Tags: CFD, Kanban

Kanban Case Study - Shane Huesdon

Started by Shane Huesdon in Kanban Case Studies Jul 28, 2014. 0 Replies

1) WHY you chose to use KanbanI chose Kanban after extensive study of ToC. I read The Goal, beyond the goal, the phoenix project and many more. My team (Computer Infrastructure) was the primary…Continue

 
 
 

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Lean Kanban Southern Europe 2015 at Hotel Miguel Angel

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Lean Kanban Southern Europe America 2015 is for managers, change agents, team leads, consultants and executives who want to be more responsive to what their customers demand. Learn how you can adapt your workplace for greater collaboration, predictability, quality, and satisfaction. This is a 1-day event with sessions in Spanish and other sessions in English. Keynotes by Peter Kerschbaumer and David J Anderson.See More
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