Eric Landes

Kanban Day May 7th Presentation:

ChaMP Continuously Improving an Enterprise Development Group

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The ChaMP system demonstrates how a Kanban board has been used for Sustained Engineering in an internal IT development group. This session is a case study in how the CI-AFR2 software group got started with David Anderson’s work with XIT and Corbis, and Corey Ladas work at Corbis. The group now continuously improves their development process so it looks different than the original Corbis group. Any shops looking on how to implement kanban/lean ideas, or wanting to continuously improve their agile practices will be interested in this session.

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Eric Landes currently is Project Lead/Project Management working for a Robert Bosch Corp. Development group using Agile methods. His background includes development work for enterprises, including spearheading using Agile/Lean methods for increasing quality and productivity. He is a Microsoft MVP, and an ASPInsider. His blog is http://aspadvice.com/blogs/elandes, and he can be found on twitter at www.twitter.com/ericlandes. For more information, please view his linked in profile here: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ericlandes.