Kanban Introduction

Scrum works best at the level of self-sufficient, cross-functional teams that are fully empowered to make decisions about their product. However, in large organizations, some of these points may be difficult to implement. Often, the team is just a part of a complex service, receiving requests and implementing them in a streamline process rather than an iterative one. Sometimes, the team cannot have a designated product owner who is authorized to make decisions about product development. In these cases, at the team and program level, Kanban is well suited - an evolutionary method for improving services that provides transparency, identifies opportunities for process improvement, and ensures predictability and manageable delivery speed.
AgileLAB consultants, who are accredited by Kanban University, will help formulate the purpose and customers of the team's service, assess the incoming request and the system's throughput capacity, identify sources of dissatisfaction and propose directions for improvement. We will help set up delivery and process improvement cadences, and determine the target level for the team or service using the Kanban Maturity Model (KMM).
A feature of the method is that it can be applied to launch continuous improvements and ensure transparency and predictability at both the level of an individual team and a group of interrelated teams or entire programs.
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