“Results of Applying Lean Principles at Team Level” – Webinar

Alper Tonga (Lean Facilitator at ACM – AgendaShift Partner)

Alper is an experimenter (Lean/Agile), LKU certified Accredited Kanban Trainer, and public speaker from Turkey. He is a strong follower of predictive planning and visual documentation methods. Uses historical data to forecast possible project outcomes and boost team awareness. He believes forming self-improving teams and aiding decision-making process with mathematics is much better than just following instincts.

Lean Kanban India Webinar Series:

Webinar #2: “Results of Applying Lean Principles at Team Level” 

This is a story of a team (1 analyst, 3 developers, 1 QA) who were able to get their lives and control of the work back with the help of proto-kanban. This case study presents results obtained from their proto-kanban experiment that was started on April 2015 and project metrics from 2013.

The main purpose of this experiment was to shed light on the path of solving various system wide problems (such as; overburdened employees, overflowing queues, ever increasing lead times, not being able to visualize capacity) and how addressing these problems ultimately led to an increased productivity with strong metric evidence.

Webinar details:

Date: 10th August 2017

Time: 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm

RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/Limited-WIP-Society-India/events/241539054/

Location: Webinar Link (YTD)

“Managing change in the 21st century: what we know & where we must do better” – Webinar

Mike is author of Kanban from the Inside (the first values-based treatment of the Kanban Method, based on his experience as interim CTO for a late-stage startup) and founder of Agendashift, the home of an integrated set of online, workshop-based and coaching tools for a growing community of Lean-Agile transformation practitioners. Prior to these roles, he was Executive Director and global development manager for a top tier investment bank. His new book Agendashift: clean conversations, coherent collaboration, the continuous transformation is due out later this year.

Lean Kanban India Webinar Series:

Webinar #1: “Managing change in the 21st century: what we know & where we must do better”


Mike Burrows talks about which is better: “top down”, with the challenge of overcoming resistance to change, or “bottom up”, perhaps never gathering momentum? Perhaps this is false choice? Could there be a third way, an approach to organizational transformation that is simultaneously respectful, ambitious, and sustainable?

Webinar details:

Date: 21st July 2017

Time: 2.30pm

Location: Webinar Link (TBD)