Kanban Change Management Principles
[kahn-bahn cheynj man-ij-muh nt prin-suh-puh l]
Definition of Kanban Change Management Principles
The Kanban Method describes 3 principles integral to promoting evolutionary change and improving the manner in which services to customers are delivered.
- Start with what you do now
- Be transparent about what our actual work activities are.
- Respect those who carry out those activities in their roles.
- Establish agreement to pursue change as a means to improve through evolution, not revolution.
- Elevate change as important and essential for a healthy organization.
- Leadership is fostered and empowered at all levels of an organization.
- Every individual bears the responsibility to voice ideas or concerns, no matter their place in the organization.
- Every individual should be prepared to listen to others demonstrating leadership as it occurs.
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