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Monday, May 14 • 4:50pm - 5:30pm
Emergent Patterns for Kanban Systems in IT Operations

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Early adopters of Kanban in the IT services realm are designing systems which consider high levels of interrupt driven work and big differences in task size.  This work doesn't typically drive revenue and thus creates unique challenges.  Add to that, the conundrum of handling dependencies, distributed teams, and shared resources, a kanban design for IT Ops may look very different than a Kanban design for development.  This talk covers real world examples from IT teams working to optimize the whole of their organization.


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Dominica Degrandis

Dominica specializes in Kanban for IT Operations and DevOps. She spent her first 15 years in software engineering deeply embedded in Development teams performing builds, deployments and environment maintenance. She has worked in organizations of all sizes, from the US Army, Boeing, and AT&T to small start-ups. Dominica first worked for David Anderson at Corbis in 2006 where she helped deliver the first implementation of Kanban for... Read More →


Monday May 14, 2012 4:50pm - 5:30pm
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