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Kanban (Japanese: カンバン and Chinese: 看板, meaning signboard or billboard) is a scheduling system for lean manufacturing (also called just-in-time manufacturing, abbreviated JIT). Taiichi Ohno, an industrial engineer at Toyota, developed kanban to improve manufacturing efficiency. The system takes its name from the cards that track production within a factory. Kanban is also known as the Toyota nameplate system in the automotive industry.
KANBAN is a highly tactile and visible approach to orchestrating work across organizations. It works at the team level, straddling departmental boundaries (aka Silo's) as a highly effective organizational change tool. The ‘Kanban effect' results in profound changes in the behaviors and interactions of individuals, teams, and sometimes entire organizations.
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PRINCIPLES
CORE PROPERTIES
USUAL OUTCOMES
METRICS
MAIN CONCEPTS
MYTHS
PRO TIP
THE OVERALL KANBAN FLOW

This document helps you understand briefly all relevant concepts related to the KANBAN Methodology.

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