A key assumption underpinning kanban is that context switching in work performed by people—the inevitable by-product of multitasking—leads to considerable waste. When individuals perform knowledge … [Read More...] about Multitasking, kanban & neuroscience
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An often requested keynote speaker, Robert Falkowitz has various articles and books on service management to his credit.
I am often asked what software tools are available to support the use of kanban. Many lists of such kanban tools already exist (see the end of this article) and I do not intend to repeat the same … [Read More...] about How to select kanban tools
Kanban is at the core of lean practices Why get kanban training? Taiichi Ohno, one of the founding spirits of the Toyota Production System (TPS), called kanban the "operating method" of the … [Read More...] about Kanban training vs. lean training