Agile in an Hour with Kanban

ProductCamp Austin presents the PCA17 presentation voted ‘Best Session’,
“Agile in an Hour with Kanban” with Ned Horvath
on Wednesday, the 26th of October, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm @ WeWork University Park

Agile in an Hour with Kanban

Even the Harvard Business Review now thinks there is something to organizing your work in an agile fashion! In fact, if you work isn’t creative, it’ll soon be done by a robot; and if it is creative, you need to be agile. Kanban/Lean is a set of philosophies and practices for getting the right work done right. It can be used by individuals or teams to organize the work in a way that, over time, maximizes value, predictability, and productivity. Can you learn it in an hour? No, but you can get off to a good start! Like any good strategic game, it will take a lifetime to master, but you’ll get results as soon as you start. We’ll visit the key ideas, provide a minimum of mechanism, and maybe even get you excited about getting your work manageable.

Presenter: Ned Horvath

Dr Horvath was trained in Computer Science at MIT and Princeton, and in product management and software engineering at the school of Hard Knox in enterprises large (Bell Labs, Sun, NZ Telecom) and small. He advocates and consults for agile transformations because they work.

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