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Monday, April 9 • 11:25am - 12:15pm
Portfolio Management with Kanban

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Portfolio management is a key aspect of organizational performance. The ability to visualize upcoming projects, projects in progress, the process of value creation, the dependencies, the ability to share a common vision and to throttle the work in progress based on organizational capacity are all contributing elements to the effectiveness of an organization.
Unfortunately, the shared vision of a portfolio is too often buried in a tool shared with too few people and does not help the organization build a global and cohesive plan of action.
But when we think about it... Value chain, limiting work in progress, transparency, flow... have you ever thought about using Kanban for portfolio management? Seems like a great idea!
Create alignment around what delivers value to your end-users, use cadence to move forward, help shape a new organizational culture, support innovation, continuous improvement, and leadership and unite people around a shared mission, that is what Kanban at the strategic level can bring.

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Mercier

Nicolas Mercier

Lean Agile coach, Facilité
Nicolas is passionate about agility and it is a contagious passion! People who work together effectively and find ways to deliver high-value products for their clients is what motivates him the most.He found Scrum somewhere around 2007. Since then, he went from being a developer to... Read More →
avatar for Frédéric Paquet

Frédéric Paquet

Before getting into agile coaching, Frédéric worked as a developer, architect, PCO, advisor to the PMO and project manager in both the private and public sector. He was also co-founder of a web company in the field of psychometry and soft skills development and worked as CTO for... Read More →


Monday April 9, 2018 11:25am - 12:15pm PDT
CEDAR I&II