Kanban as an evolutionary way of working

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 Overview:

As more people have tried Kanban, they have realized that it helps address problems they have encountered with change management in their organizations. Kanban has enabled their team, project, or organization to exhibit better agility. We’ve come to recognize that Kanban is giving permission in the market to create a tailored process optimized to a specific context.

In this webinar, Rui Pacheco, Head of Engineering and Customer Service at Körber Supply Chain, and Rui Fernandes, Bosch Production System Coordinator and Agile Coach at Bosch Security Systems OvrP, come together to share their experience with the Kanban method, and crucial learnings companies make during the journey. If you want to hear more about this, register now!


Speaker

Rui Pacheco

Korber Supply Chain PT

Senior Manager with broad experience in client facing roles, leading global customer service and supply chain strategy programs from design to post go-live support.


Speaker

Rui Fernandes

Bosch Security Systems OvrP

Rui is an enthusiastic professional and a curious learner. He actively work to make the world a better place. Your goal is to enable a culture where continuous improvement is part of our daily way of thinking, acting and learning.


Speaker

David Cunha

The Agile Thinkers

David Cunha is a Consultant and Software Engineer with more than 8 years of experience, specialized in building high-performance applications, teams, and businesses.


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Date & Time
Thursday, March 24, 2022
4:30 PM 5:30 PM (Europe/Lisbon)
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The Agile Thinkers

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