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Kanban in Action by Marcus Hammarberg and Joakim Sundén

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Chapter 9. Planning and estimating

This chapter covers

  • Planning, scheduling, and ways to plan at the right moment
  • Estimating, story points, and other relative estimation techniques
  • Cadence: the heartbeat of your process
  • Do you need plans at all?

The need for planning arises from the need to inform others around you and yourself about where you are and where you’re going. You should raise your eyes and consider not only your own board but also the context around your team. There are sometimes other teams or people who come before you, and you want to keep them informed about your process and let them know how it’s going for you.

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