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Happy 50th Birthday, David J Anderson!

If I’m not mistaken, the community of practitioners, users, coaches and experts of Kanban has a special occasion today. It’s the 50th birthday of the pioneer of our method, David J Anderson. Among David’s many innovations, there’s one that deserves … Continue reading

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Replenishment Canvas

I included a new simple tool in the previous blog post, Observing Replenishment. Now is the time to introduce it properly. LINK TO DOWNLOAD REPLENISHMENT CANVAS Replenishment is about making better decisions about what your business should be working on … Continue reading

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Mapping Your Process as Collaborative Knowledge Discovery – Part 3 (Thinking)

This will be the last post in the series about process visualization in professional services, specifically within the context of applying the Kanban method and one of its core practices, visualization. Earlier in this series: How to understand the process … Continue reading

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Mapping Your Process as Collaborative Knowledge Discovery – Part 2 (Observations)

I’m continuing the series of posts dedicated to visualization of creative processes. Earlier in this series, I wrote about: understanding such processes as sequences of dominant collaborative activities, resulting in knowledge discovery and information arrival – with an example from … Continue reading

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Mapping Your Process as Collaborative Knowledge Discovery – Part 1 (Recipes)

With this post, I return to the topic of process visualization in professional services. I wrote previously how we can understand such processes as collaborative discovery and enrichment of knowledge and gave some examples. They key part is the focus … Continue reading

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