Modern Management Methods conference, LeanKanban NL 2013
Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts

Ajay Reddy, Chief Process Improvement Officer, Code Genesys
Dimitar Bakardzhiev, Managing Partner , Taller Technologies Bulgaria

Your team has a Kanban board and you have gotten started with a big bang. You are starting to see improvements. However you are not sure whether you are balancing demand and capacity of your team. You start with understanding where you are. You start expressing that understanding in expressions of measurements. Your customers or your stake holders are asking when can we expect delivery of something. You predict in measurements. You want to see if you can improve and how to improve. You want to study the Kanban system history. You look at past measurements. Cycle Time, Lead Time, Takt Time, Throughput, WIP, SPCs, Distributions, Cumulative Flow Diagrams are numerical or graphical expression of these measurements. Come learn what are the commonly used measurements, how to use and interpret them. Presented by LKU Trainers Ajay Reddy and Dimitar Bakardzhiev,