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Kanban from the Inside: Understand the Kanban Method, connect it to what you already know, introduce it with impact Paperback – September 1, 2014
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Mike Burrows is UK Director and Principal Consultant at David J Anderson and Associates (djaa.com). In a career spanning the aerospace, banking, energy, and government sectors, Mike has been an IT director, global development manager, and software developer. He sits on the management board of Lean Kanban University (LKU), with whom he is an Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT) and Kanban Coaching Professional (KCP). He speaks at Kanban-related events around the world, blogs at positiveincline.com and tweets as @asplake and @KanbanInside.
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Mike adds what the Kanban community calls the human side and it is a very important complement to understanding what Kanban ultimately does to organizations.
I read this book a while back... should've written this short review earlier.
For all of its power and popularity, David Anderson's 'Kanban' blue book is built around case studies. It's great for explaining why kanban works. But not everyone can easily synthesize from it how they can get started applying this approach.
By contrast, Mike's book begins with a simple and easily accessible guide for implementing the basics of a kanban system. It then builds on that to explain how kanban relates to the best of modern management thinking like Agile, Lean, Theory of Constraints, and Systems Thinking.
It provides useful summaries of each, as well as recommended reading for deeper understanding. This should be extremely helpful for those who might otherwise see all these ideas as mutually exclusive - and confusing.
This is a great addition to the modern management literary canon. Well worth your time.