After a bit of a quiet spell, the fourth Systems Thinking Sheffield will be at 7.00pm on Tuesday, Dec 6th (this Tuesday) in the GIST Lab.
This month, we’ll be learning about kanban systems in product development by playing the getKanban board game.
Kanban evolved first in Toyota for scheduling production. It has since been adopted at other companies and adapted to work in product development. In software, the Kanban methodology is becoming a popular way to manage the development process.
Kanban as used in software is interesting from a systems thinking perspective in many ways: …
More details on the website: http://www.systhinksheff.org.uk/meetings/systhinksheff-4/
Free tickets here: http://systhink1112.eventbrite.co.uk/
Anyone want to meet up somewhere a little earlier before the event starts?
> Anyone want to meet up somewhere a little earlier before the event starts?
I will be in the Showroom by 5.45pm if anyone wants to meet there first
Not sure when I'll hit Sheffield. I'll tweet.
Snowing hard up here as I started to set out. Hope the meeting went well.
> Snowing hard up here as I started to set out. Hope the meeting went well.
Thanks, it went well! It ran late though (to about 9.15 I think), so you would probably have had to miss some to get a train back.
I don't know how many of the attendees are on this list as it wasn't the usual crowd.
Submissions for SPA2012 (BCS Software Practice Advancement) are
still open. They are keen on helping people new to the agile
conference circuit and prefer hands on sessions. Maybe an opportunity
for some interesting cross-overs...