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Fika Stories 2 – The Policy-Debt Trap

In part 2 of this series, Christophe looks at the very Swedish phenomenon of Kanban going “man-cold”! As teams implement their early Kanban boards, they inevitably face the reality of the gap between what they are actually used to doing vs. what they put on their Kanban board. (We have posted about this phenomenon earlier as well!) Here, Christophe explains why this happens – and what to do about it quickly so as to not fall into the Policy Debt-trap!

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Fika Stories 1 – Help! Our Kanban Died!

In this 2-part series, we are honored to publish a couple of blog posts by (2016 Brickell Key award winner) Christophe Achouiantz, Kanban thought-leader, consultant and coach. Written in the “Fika-style” (read on to understand what that is!), Christophe takes on the all too common problem that teams implementing Kanban (or any other process change initiative for that matter) face – the sense of “doom” that Kanban is not working for them because of resistance they face. In this first part, Christophe explains why that is a good thing!

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