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Kanban in Action by Marcus Hammarberg and Joakim Sundén

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Appendix A. Recommended reading and other resources

We both are avid readers and have read many texts over the years that influenced us and taught us a lot about kanban, Lean, agile, and more. In this appendix we share our top list of works to learn from.

We’ve grouped them by topic and given a sentence or two to tell you a little about each item, why we chose it, and what we find about it that’s particularly good.

A.1. Books on Lean and kanban

  • Kanban: Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business (David J. Anderson, Blue Hole Press, 2010, http://amzn.com/0984521402)—This is the book in which David J. Anderson defines and explains the Kanban Method. It’s basically a must-read if you’re interested in kanban. This book will ...

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