In Lean Project Management or Lean Startups or Agile, it's important that everyone knows what is going on, how they fit into that picture, who is doing what, and how much work people can handle. If there is uncertainty in the group, it reflects in the project and morale. If people are overloaded quality and human relationships suffer immediately. Jim Benson, author of Personal Kanban, will discuss how visualizing work and limiting work-in-progress work, not just as process, but psychologically. How do high performing teams form? How is focus generated and maintained? Why do teams work better when they have the information the need and the ability to act? Updated specifically for the Bay Area audience, Jim Benson brings his popular talk to SF Agile.
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