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.
Kanban, successfully used in the automotive industry since the 1950s, has found its way into IT via
lean production and agile software development. There, among other things, used as a visualization aid in the context of Scrum and Xtreme programming, it has found itself increasingly used in IT Operations.
Wincor Nixdorf Portavis has piloted its use for handling support ticket/ orders in database management for its North German…Continue
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
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
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
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