Creating the most efficient system for your business, development team, support team, or any other organization can often be a game of trial and error. We spend years aiming to create efficient practices that meet the demands of our customers as quickly as possible without overspending our effort, time, or money. Imagine if there was a system that helped to optimize the efforts of our teams to meet the demands of your customers.
In this book you will learn how the kanban system can do this. I will explain:
After you hear this guide, you will have an excellent foundation in this popular system and a great basis for helping others understand it.
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Full of consulting spin and hype language. Seems to exist to sell their consulting services. Didn't learn anything that I didn't already get from Wikipedia.
"Table of Contents, then not much else"
No to Paul. Seems like he's just mass-producing one-sheets as audiobooks. Maybe to Christian. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt that he was prepped badly.
Never have I heard the table of contents read aloud in an audiobook. The rest of the book was the same content again with one or two additional oneliners. Zero depth or insight into anything. Quite disappointing.
I don't think anyone could have done a good job with this.
Not really. Quite bad that this is the only audiobook that comes up when you search for "kanban". I think it does a disservice to the concept.
If you're going to post an audiobook about kanban, it would be good to prep your narrator with how to pronounce "kanban". Reads like a very short powerpoint deck written at a high-school level, with just as much usable content. Overall it's embarassing and amateurish.
"Short, clear, what you need to start"
Great overview over Kanban methodology. If you are already familiar with agile management such as scrum, this short audiobook gives you some clear points.
"Good for a complete beginner"
I have quite some experience in the topic and thought this book could have some valuable (advanced information) but it is quite simple and clearly for beginners.
"book on definition of terms"
Book explains the terms used in KANBAN. The books will convey the concepts more clearly if it uses examples on how KANBAN can be implemented in a single business unit. This book may not be a good choice for those who does know basics of agile and KANBAN or those who does not have clear concept of how to implement KANBAN
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