Tag Archives: Kanban

London Lean Kanban Days 2016

Closing date for bookings is Friday 15 April 2016 at 9:00am. No more bookings will be taken after this date. For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event please note that BCS do not issue invitation letters. This is a third party event.

An Obsession with Labels

Having spent the last 5 years working in retail, and specifically high end fashion, I’ve seen a lot of obsessing over labels. You might expect that of the retail fashion industry, but it seems this obsession with labels has made its way into the software development community too. Using a framework like Scrum is a great way to start the… Read More »

User stories reimagined

One of the key practices of Anderson’s Kanban Method is “visualise the workflow”. Many people insist that we’ve been doing this from the early years of Scrum via Scrum boards. However, I suggest that most teams are only just scratching the surface of what is possible, and many need a revamp to reflect modern development… Read More »

Thinking in systems

I’ve recently been involved in delivering a number of new services designed to replace a long serving monolithic web application. Sound familiar? The move to a service oriented architecture can be described, for many reasons, as a good thing. However, care needs to be taken to ensure that the dependencies between these services are understood,… Read More »