to move along in a steady, continuous stream
the mental state in which a person is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the activity performed.
the delivery of a rap music vocal performance, defined by prosody, cadence, and speed
The uninterrupted and uniform movement of work in small batches through multiple, aligned subsystems.
We work at different levels – with people and teams, in and at their respective, individual work systems.
Who we are
We are Andreas and Susanne Bartel, Kanban and agile coaches and trainer based in Hamburg, Germany.
We equip teams, leaders, and organizations with modern management tools to design their work systems single-handedly in a way that maximizes their effectiveness. We teach you how to fish rather than fishing for you!
What inspires us and keeps us going
Wir sind gerne in der deutschen und weltweiten Kanban Community unterwegs und lieben Bücher die unseren Horizont erweitern oder auch mal unser bisheriges Bild auf den Kopf stellen.
Diese Leute und ihre Bücher haben uns besonders geformt, beeindruckt und inspiriert:
- David J. Anderson, Mike Burrows und gesamte Lean Kanban-Community
- Eliyahu M. Goldrat’ Theory of Constraints
- Dave Snowden’s Cynefin Modell
- Bücher wie “Turn the ship around”
Don’t miss our upcoming public classes and events:
- November 7-8: In cooperation with Okaloa: Business Agility with Okaloa Flowlab
We’re glad to support LeanKanban Central Europe, the world’s largest Kanban conference (5 and 6 Nov 2018) , as a sponsor. Meet us there! Andreas will be there as a speaker with his “What Does it take to Grab a Cupcake” talk.
Videos of our LKNA 18 talks online!
We were invited to join LeanKanban North America in April 2018, and we really enjoyed the trip and the conference,…
Next Level Kanban Workshop
Beginning of May 2017, we held a 4-hour workshop “Next level Kanban” at the Lean Kanban North America (LKNA) 17 in…
Did we change the system yet: Using control charts
Motivation Have you ever asked yourself “How do we know our Kanban system really improved”, or “How can we see…