Kanban and the Power of Distributed Cognition

Kanban and the Power of Distributed Cognition
Kanban and the Power of Distributed Cognition by Trent Hone

Check out the video below of Trent Hone presenting on “Kanban and the Power of Distributed Cognition” at the Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Trent explores how Kanban is a powerful tool. Like all tools, it has the potential to influence the way we think and how we approach our problems. Successful implementations reduce friction, enhance alignment, and improve the effectiveness of teams. Troubled ones become the proverbial “hammer” that is always in search of the next “nail.” Developing a shared understanding is one of the keys to success. Join us for a look at how best to foster it and develop a climate of distributed cognition that enhances the power of your teams.

Kanban and the Power of Distributed Cognition by Trent Hone