Kanban Library

Recommended reading from lean & agile experts, thought leaders and practitioners.

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    DAVID J ANDERSON’S Picks

    David Anderson is a thought leader in managing effective teams. He leads a consulting business dedicated to developing, promoting and implementing sustainable evolutionary approaches for project management. He has 30+ years experience in the tech industry and has led software teams using agile methods at companies such as Sprint and Motorola. David is the pioneer of the Kanban Method as an approach to continuous improvement in different fields.
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    KLAUS LEOPOLD’S Picks

    Dr. Klaus Leopold is computer scientist with many years of experience in the IT industry. He is co-author of the book ‘Kanban in IT: Achieving a Culture of Continuous Improvement” (in German) and LKU-accredited Kanban trainer and Kanban coach with LEANability. Klaus is cofounder of the Limited WIP Society Austria (www.bit.ly/leanagileaustria) and the Swiss Limited WIP Society (www.bit.ly/swisslws) and founding member of the management network Stoos (www.bit.ly/stoosnetwork).
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    WOLFGANG WIEDENROTH’S Picks

    Before Wolfgang learned about Kanban he worked as a ScrumMaster for almost five years. In 2010 he discovered Kanban, fell in love with its first principle “Start with what you do now” and became a real Kanban enthusiast. Today he works as an Agile Coach and Trainer for it-agile, helping his customers to better understand their situation and learn how to use this new knowledge in order to improve. He is also founder of the Limited WIP Society Munich.
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    DIMITAR KARAIVANOV’S Picks

    Dimitar is a profesionally trained, self-starter Kanban expert with an array of experience in lean agile software development, product management and entrepreneurship at companies like Software AG and SAP. After becoming disillusioned with the flaws of modern corporate culture, he co-founded Kanbanize in order to help bring efficiency back into the world of enterprises.
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    MARKUS ANDREZAK’S Picks

    Markus Andrezak is working in the fuzzy front end of Product Development. He helps companies define and adapt products that people love and engage with. He currently tries to define what Lean means in this area. He has also helped to redefine Portfolio Management within the community. He co-founded überproduct.de, a consultancy focusing on product and strategy.
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