Best Kanban books to visualize your workflow and minimize waste
Kanban is the best organization and productivity mapping tool that shows us how our work works. The two principles of personal Kanban are visualizing your work and limit your work in progress. Kanban provides the ability to change course quickly in case of change of market condition.
Here you will get some books of Kanban
The best organization and productivity mapping tool that can be mold into whatever shape or form work best for you at the time. It is scalable that can work with just you, or with your family, or even with work groups. Personal Kanban is adaptable to all ages and situations. It is also accessible to all learning styles. Visualizing work allows us to transform our conceptual and threatening workload into an actionable, context-sensitive flow and limiting our work-in-progress helps us complete what we start and understand the value of our choices.
Two rules of Personal Kanban are
- Visualize your work and
- Limit your work in progress.
After reading this book you will be able to know how to visualize the workflow, limit work in progress, measure and manage flow, make progress policies explicit, use models to recognize improvement opportunities and so on. This book is for your technology business.
The four parts of this book are
- Benefits of Kanban
- Implementing Kanban
- Making improvements
After reading this book, you will find all the answers to your questions that arise on your mind
- What is Kanban?
- Why would you want to use Kanban?
- How do you go about implementing Kanban?
- How do recognize improvement opportunities and what should I do about them?
This book is very informative for those who want to know about Kanban method. It is full of example that help organizations work better for their people, their customers, and other stakeholders. This book also introduces Kanban's three Agendas and the Kanban Lens.
Kanban method can be explained through nine values
- Customer focus
If you want to visualize your work, beat the competition and achieve maximum efficiency then this book is for you. It will teach you how to enhance your results and minimize waste. After reading this book you'll know about Kanban boards and card, the 2 bin system, scaling, comparisons to other workflow methods, Kanban in your personal life, Kanban in school and at home
It will give you
- A complete picture of Kanban
- How to implement Kanban
- The idea to overcome missed deadlines, communication gaps, product inconsistency, lack of productivity, rigid frameworks etc.
- The knowledge to implement Kanban in your existing organization to ensure minimal disruption.
This book will help you to coordinate Kanban into your life, how you can utilize it in various aspects of your life.
- Why Kanban works
- How to use different color stickies on a kanban board to help you organize and track your work items
- How to focus on work in process and finish faster
- How team members can make informed decisions.
The book covers techniques for
- Planning and forecasting
- Establishing meaningful metrics
- Visualizing queues and bottlenecks
- Constructing and using a kanban board
- Successful Implementations.
This book is divided into two parts. The first part illustrates the similarities and differences between Kanban and Scrum for understanding the thing.
Part two includes a case study
- The nature of technical operations
- Why on earth change?
- Where do we start?
- Getting going
- Starting up the teams
- Addressing stakeholders
- Constructing the first board
- Setting the first work in progress limit
- Honoring the WIP limit
- Which tasks get on the board?
- How to estimate?
- So how did we work
- Finding a planning concept that worked
- What to measure?
- How things started to change
- General lessons learned
It also includes practical examples and pitfalls, cartoons and diagrams illustrating the day-to-day world.
Agile Project Management with Kanban can help you to achieve your goal. You can use Kanban techniques to start delivering continuous value with your current team and project, master five quick steps for completing work backlogs, plan and staff new projects more effectively, minimize work in progress and quickly adjust to change, eliminate artificial meetings and prolonged stabilization, drive quality upstream etc.
It covers all the basics that are the real resource for all the leaders in the organization.
The Kanban Maturity Model is a new, powerful tool for coaches and consultants advising medium which describes a roadmap and concrete actions that enable organizations to achieve fitness-for-purpose and exceptional business agility.
For whom this book is for
- Corporate change agents
- Managers who must lead medium- and large-scale enterprises.
This book covers
- Understanding the seven Kanban maturity levels
- Benefits of the KMM
- The KMM Architecture and in-depth understanding of the model
- 132 specific practices against the six general practices of the Kanban Method
- seven maturity levels, describing the intent, value, and expected outcomes from each practice.
Kanban can help
- A manufacturing manager trying to balance delivery and inventory performance
- A university or training firm seeking a definitive resource on the subject
- Lean or Operations/Manufacturing consultant seeking a go-to reference
Essential Kanban Condensed is a small book for your essential needs that covers the design, management, and improvement of flow systems for knowledge work. It expands the number of application of Kanban for evolutionary change and improvement in business agility.
Important topics are
- Kanban agendas
- The foundational principles
- Change management principles
- Service delivery principles
- Describing flow systems
- Little’s law
- The general practices of Kanban
- Limit work in progress
- Manage flow
- Make policies explicit
- Implement feedback loops
- Improve collaboratively, evolve experimentally
- Introducing Kanban to organizations
- Systems thinking approach to introducing Kanban (STATIK).