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Single Piece Flow in Kanban: A How-To
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by James Shore and Arlo Belshee on May 30, 2010 |
56:38

Summary
James Shore and Arlo Belshee present how to surpass the limitations of some Kanban systems based on a sequence of phases by introducing work cells which involves using simultaneous phases grouped in two queues: what you are doing and what you are going to do.

Bio

James is an inaugural recipient of the prestigious Gordon Pask Award for Contributions to Agile Practice and one of the first ten people to sign the newly-released Agile Manifesto in 2001. Arlo is President of Electron Cascade, and a former senior engineer/XP coach for several other companies. A recipient of the 2008 Gordon Pask Award, he is mostly known for the paper “Promiscuous Pairing.”

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