Lean and Kanban in knowledge work, Modern Management, WIP-Limit, Flow, Fit for purpose: Are these just lifeless, or worse, buzzwords to you? At Lean Kanban Central Europe, we fill these words with a meaning: More than 30 international speakers share their experience reports, case studies, and advanced ideas on managing knowledge work. LKCE14 will take place in Hamburg on November 11th and 12th.
If you want to shape tomorrow’s way of working, join us and get the inspiration of what is possible.
Maybe you have been waiting for it. Maybe you have been holding back your decision to come to LKCE14. Maybe you just want to see when your favorite speaker will present. Finally, we are able to present you the current program schedule.
This year, we have tried to add focus to the conference with five tracks: Leadership, Kanban, Project Management, Learning, and Modern Management. We asked the members of the program committee to chair these tracks and, based on their long experience, choose the best speakers. We’re quite pleased with the current status. We believe you will be, too.
So if you just want to plan your travel according to the schedule or want to base your decision to register on it: Head over to the program page.
We're looking forward to having you in Hamburg.
Jabe Bloom tells us why wants Kanban to be weird and what he likes about LeanKanban Central Europe.
Last year he showed us how to use cycle time data as a tool to forecast. See his keynote here you missed it. Since then, more and more people start to use their data instead of estimations. No wonder he won the Brickell Key Award for his work on LeanForecasting. We are very happy to announce Troy Magennis once again as one of our speakers. If that wouldn't be enough he will offer a tutorial right after LeanKanban Central 2014. Don't miss him and register now!
The last time Don Reinertsen was at Lean Kanban Central Europe, he said: "This is my first and my last Pecha Kucha!" That was back in 2012 in Vienna. Two years later, we were able to motivate him to give a keynote we sure are looking forward to: "Rethinking Robustness - Uncertainty is Not the Enemy".
Don is a thought leader on lean product development and well known for his books, e.g. The Principles of Product Development Flow: Second Generation Lean Product Development. Apart from his huge expertise, he also is a great guy to meet.
Being a thought leader usually means being ahead of the crowd. So if you want to be inspired by ideas that challenge our traditional thinking, make sure to register soon.