Jim Benson fra: “Personal Kanban”

Narratives and maps
“The story” of our work is a familiar one, following the arc of stories from any era and any culture. Born in our backlog, work travels through different stages of our value stream where it develops, is tested, and ultimately finds resolution” (Benson 2009: 23 – 24)

 

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“Personal kanban is a pull-based system. We pull work into DOING only when we have room to accomodate it. Pulling is a willful act. This is different from “pushing” which is how we normally take on work. (ibid. p. 39)

 

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“Visualize your work.
Limit your work in progress.” (ibid. p. 26)

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Per Thykjaer Jensen

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Per Thykjaer Jensen teaches multimedia programming at Aarhus Buisiness Academy. He is MA it, interaction design and multimedia, MA literature history and BA art history.