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Single Piece Flow in Kanban: A How-To
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| by James Shore Follow 0 Followers , Arlo Belshee Follow 0 Followers on May 30, 2010 |

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.

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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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