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Through the Lean Looking Glass
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| by Christophe Louvion Follow 0 Followers on Jul 26, 2010 |

Christophe Louvion tells the story of an online advertising company which had to give up using Scrum because it did not create enough business value although the development was delivering working software. They chose to use Kanban instead, applying Lean principles at all levels of the organization, resulting in true self organizing teams, accelerated rate of change, and better financial results.

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Christophe Louvion started working on shopping search engines as VP of Engineering at Shopzilla, he was the CTO of Gorilla Nation, an online advertising company, and currently is the CTO of Citysearch. Louvion is a Certified Scrum Coach, and an active member of the Lean-Agile leadership community.

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