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Scaling Kanban Lego Game

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Kanban Coaching Exchange Meet up group slides. A look at Scaling Kanban and the 7 Cadences (Daily Kanban, Strategy Review, Service Delivery Review, Operations Review, Risk Review, Queue Replenishment and Delivery Planning Meeting)

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Scaling Kanban Lego Game

  1. 1. Scaling Kanban The 7 Cadences of Kanban Doug Idle & Helen Meek
  2. 2. All Lego parts are provided, this is not a trick!
  3. 3. Kanban Refresh • A method for directly improving service delivery • A mechanism for catalyzing continuous improvement
  4. 4. Kanban – Scaling & 7 Cadences
  5. 5. Kanban – Scaling & 7 6 Cadences Not in Scope For Today
  6. 6. Welcome to AA! AWESOME Aeronautical
  7. 7. Induction • Welcome to ‘AWESOME Aeronautical’ (AA) • You have been recruited into a top secret elite aeroplane manufacturing company. We need to build planes quickly! • Your job is to make and maintain the quality of our product
  8. 8. Forming Teams • You have 1 minute to form 4 teams of roughly equal size • AND 1 team of three • Each team is responsible for building one type of Aeroplane component • You will find all equipment on your tables
  9. 9. SDM The Service Delivery Manger is responsible for managing flow. They will: • Facilitates key meetings • Support collaborative decision making • Sequencing and scheduling of work • Help the service understand its performance • Work to improve the overall service
  10. 10. The Manufacturing Work Flow In your teams take 5 minutes to: • Agree who will be the Service Delivery Manager • Discuss your part design • Practice putting it together All planes must be broken up before we start!
  11. 11. Collecting Data • We want to understand how long it takes you to build your parts. You are to collect the ‘Delivery Lead Time’ for your part of the build • We have created a metrics sheet to help you
  12. 12. Orders Have Come In!
  13. 13. First Manufacturing Run (5 minutes) • Daily Kanban (1 minute) • Let’s make some planes! (4 minutes) • 1 red plane • 2 blue planes • 1 black plane Don’t forget to update the Lead Time chart!
  14. 14. First Manufacturing Feedback Loop • What went well? • What didn’t go well? • What did we learn? • You have 3 minutes!
  15. 15. Introducing Scaling Out • In Kanban we start with where we are now and build out gradually to ensure that services are hooked up • We manage through policies and work in progress limits. We have identified some dependencies • Between the Wing & Fuselage teams • Between the Underframe & Tail teams
  16. 16. Scaling out planning • Go back to your teams and plan this out! Think about: - Policies - Review your WIP limits - Working together agreements - Delivery lead times • You have 5 minutes
  17. 17. Queue Replenishment • In this cadence we decide what to select from the pool of options. By moving work to ‘Ready 'we are making a commitment to complete it • Typically no more than 30 minutes in length and includes key decision makers and stakeholders • On demand replenishment is desirable, but often hard to coordinate • Let’s do Queue Replenishment, we have more orders! (3 minutes)
  18. 18. Second Manufacturing Run (5 minutes) • Daily Kanban (1 minute) • Let’s make some planes! (4 minutes) • 2 red planes • 1 blue plane • 2 black planes Don’t forget to update the Lead Time chart!
  19. 19. Second Manufacturing Feedback Loops • You have 3 minutes
  20. 20. Service Delivery Review • In this cadence we look at whether we are delivering according to customer expectations • We look at a single kanban system and will include key people from each activity (dev, test) in the meeting • We compare current capabilities against fitness criteria metrics and seek to balance demand & risk • This session is typically 30 minutes in length • Let’s conduct a Service Delivery Review (5 minutes)
  21. 21. Additional Scaling Out We’ve identified another dependency! • Go back to your teams and plan this out! Think about: - Policies - Review your WIP limits - Working together agreements - Delivery lead times • New orders have come in! • You have 3 minutes!
  22. 22. Delivery Planning Meeting • In this cadence we plan what can be delivered and form a commitment to our customers. • Issues about delivery will be raised in this session, solved and/or taken to the Risk Review cadence. • Key attendees will include anyone who accepts the deliveries or involved in the logistics. Specialists are present for their technical knowledge and risk-assessment capabilities. • This is a decision making meeting and could be 1-2 hours. • Let’s conduct a Delivery Planning (5 minutes)
  23. 23. Third Manufacturing Run (5 minutes) • Daily Kanban (1 minute) • Let’s make some planes! (4 minutes) • 2 red planes • 1 blue plane • 2 black planes • 1 blue and orange plane • 1 green & yellow plane Don’t forget to update the Lead Time chart!
  24. 24. Risk Review • In this cadence we look at problems that put our delivery capability at risk • Anyone with information, experience of recent blockers or managers from dependent services may be in attendance at this meeting • In this session we may review the assigned Class of Service and/or explicit policies • Techniques such as blocker clustering can be used to analyse the work. • Sessions can be 1-2 hours in duration • Let’s conduct a risk review (3 minutes)
  25. 25. Fourth Manufacturing Run (5 Minutes) • Daily Kanban (1 minute) • Let’s make some planes! (4 minutes) • 4 red planes • 4 blue plane • 4 black planes Don’t forget to update the Lead Time chart!
  26. 26. Operations Review • In this cadence we conduct a ‘Systems of Systems’ level review. This means that more than one system needs to exist and would be facilitated by a senior leadership team member • We review the demand and capability for each system with a particular focus on dependencies • Improvement suggestions/actions/decisions or required changes to strategy with designated owners are key outcomes of this meeting. • Duration can vary depending on number of services. Up to 2 hours.
  27. 27. Kanban – Scaling & 7 Cadences Delivery Cadences Improvement Cadences
  28. 28. Game Debrief & Questions

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