LSSC12: Lean & Kanban: Myths, Misconceptions, & Forgotten Principles - Jeff Patton

This session was given at the Lean Software and Systems Conference 2012 (LSSC12).

I first learned about a Kanban approach to development from an apologetic agile practitioner concerned that they’d broken “the rules.” Although it’s common practice, fixed time-boxes aren’t a required strategy for agile development. Since Kanban’s broad adoption, I’ve continued to encounter a number of myths and misconceptions both for and against Kanban. In this short talk I’ll review my top 10 myths and misconceptions, along with a few neglected and important principles of Lean thinking that many in software development, including Kanban practitioners, neglect.

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