PMI Midlands Event
Why We Should Manage Work in Progress (WIP) Limits? What’s All The Fuss About?
18th October 2018 at 6.30pm
University of Derby, Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB
Main Speaker: Tom Reynolds
You may have heard talk about controlling or managing WIP limits and may be wondering what is so important about this in our work. During this interactive talk using a combination of presentation, games and interactive activities we will explore what is so important about controlling WIP.
We will experience the impact of WIP limits on our work and we will also look at the mathematics behind WIP limits by exploring Queuing Theory and Littles Law.
By the end of the session, you will be able to explain and demonstrate the impact of WIP limits on our work through games and through simple mathematics.
About Tom Reynolds
Tom is a passionate and energetic Agile Coach and Certified Scrum and Kanban Trainer with over 27 years’ experience working within IT and has focused on Agile ways of working since 2007.
Tom has a proven ability to guide teams and organisations on their journey in agile adoption and a proven track record of success delivering scalable, enterprise software to major blue chip clients. Using Scrum, Kanban, Relationship Systems Coaching and other supporting agile practices Tom works with teams and organisations to deliver better outcomes for themselves and their customers within a respectful, open and trusting environment.
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