This is a series of posts from the main topic STATIK (Systems Thinking Approach to Introduce Kanban) wich it’s an exploratory and collaborative approach to implement Kanban. It helps to understand the current demand and dynamics, to design and implement a Kanban work model that allows increasing the efficiency and quality of the service through the culture and techniques of continuous improvement.

Statik Steps

As an iterative approach, STATIK suggests you go through the following steps.

For each identified service:

  1. Understand what makes the business fit for purpose
  2. Understand sources of dissatisfaction
  3. Analyze the source and nature of demand
  4. Analyze current delivery…


This is a series of posts from the main topic STATIK (Systems Thinking Approach to Introduce Kanban) wich it’s an exploratory and collaborative approach to implement Kanban. It helps to understand the current demand and dynamics, to design and implement a Kanban work model that allows increasing the efficiency and quality of the service through the culture and techniques of continuous improvement.

Statik Steps

As an iterative approach, STATIK suggests you go through the following steps.

For each identified service:

  1. Understand what makes the business fit for purpose
  2. Understand sources of dissatisfaction
  3. Analyze the source and nature of demand
  4. Analyze current delivery…


This is a series of posts from the main topic STATIK (Systems Thinking Approach to Introduce Kanban) wich it’s an exploratory and collaborative approach to implement Kanban. It helps to understand the current demand and dynamics, to design and implement a Kanban work model that allows increasing the efficiency and quality of the service through the culture and techniques of continuous improvement.

Statik Steps

As an iterative approach, STATIK suggests you go through the following steps.

For each identified service:

  1. Understand what makes the business fit for purpose
  2. Understand sources of dissatisfaction
  3. Analyze the source and nature of demand
  4. Analyze current delivery…


This is a series of posts from the main topic STATIK (Systems Thinking Approach to Introduce Kanban) wich it’s an exploratory and collaborative approach to implement Kanban. It helps to understand the current demand and dynamics, to design and implement a Kanban work model that allows increasing the efficiency and quality of the service through the culture and techniques of continuous improvement.

Statik Steps

As an iterative approach, STATIK suggests you go through the following steps.

For each identified service:

  1. Understand what makes the business fit for purpose
  2. Understand sources of dissatisfaction
  3. Analyze the source and nature of demand
  4. Analyze current delivery…


This is a series of posts from the main topic STATIK (Systems Thinking Approach to Introduce Kanban) wich it’s an exploratory and collaborative approach to implement Kanban. It helps to understand the current demand and dynamics, to design and implement a Kanban work model that allows increasing the efficiency and quality of the service through the culture and techniques of continuous improvement.

Statik Steps

As an iterative approach, STATIK suggests you go through the following steps.

For each identified service:

  1. Understand what makes the business fit for purpose
  2. Understand sources of dissatisfaction
  3. Analyze the source and nature of demand
  4. Analyze current delivery…

This is a series of posts from the main topic STATIK (Systems Thinking Approach to Introduce Kanban) wich it’s an exploratory and collaborative approach to implement Kanban. It helps to understand the current demand and dynamics, to design and implement a Kanban work model that allows increasing the efficiency and quality of the service through the culture and techniques of continuous improvement.

Statik Steps

As an iterative approach, STATIK suggests you go through the following steps.

For each identified service:

  1. Understand what makes the business fit for purpose
  2. Understand sources of dissatisfaction
  3. Analyze the source and nature of demand
  4. Analyze current delivery…


Maybe you already know Kanban, have some experience as a practitioner or supporting a team or maybe you’ve read something about kanban. And the idea of implementing kanban is in your main but you are not sure where or how to start. Maybe you are still deciding on kanban or scrum. Kanban is doing very well not only for software maintenance teams (it is what I hear most repeatedly) but in reality like any other agile methods, they depend a lot on the context. I have had experiences as an Agile Coach in teams that during the development of a…


In my current project, we noticed our meetings were being non productive. There are many post around about running effective meetings. So I’ve adapted from most interesting sources this mini guide and I’ve post it in our Confluence space. I want to share with you in case you or your organisation are experiencing the same issue.

Image Credit: Atlassian Blog

What is an effective meeting?

An efficient meeting starts promptly, stays on track due to good time management, includes as few people as possible, and achieves the stated objective. Job done, right? Wrong. Efficiency is a superficial quality. …


Los modelos de negocio actual, de hecho, el modelo económico actual, se basa en la reducción de costes a toda costa y promover el consumismo.

¿Que consecuencias tiene esto? La sobre explotación de los recursos y personas. Los recursos no son infinitos y la personas llegan al punto de la esclavitud. Zara es sólo un ejemplo de este modelo de negocio.

Nuevos modelos de negocio empiezan a surgir desde organizaciones como Patagonia, o países como Suecia están en contra de la cultura desechable y reducen los impuestos a las reparaciones.

Mira este interesante reportaje sobre el modelo de negocio de Patagonia: How a clothing company’s anti-consumerist message boosted business

¿Estamos preparados para hacernos cargo de las consecuencias de nuestra propia cultura?


Hace tiempo descubrí una técnica de GTD que me gustó mucho, más bien un sistema analógico avanzado para gestionar tareas, Bullet Journal. Desde entonces lo uso en mi trabajo diario. El sistema, como podrás ver en la web o en el vídeo, recomienda un cuaderno paginado para poder llevar un índice. Tu mismo puedes paginarlo a mano y puede ser cualquier cuaderno o libreta en el tamaño y formato que prefieras, de rayas, cuadros, en blanco o… ¡con puntos! Descubrí que había también cuadernos con un formato de puntos. …

H. Javier Castillo S.

{ᴀɢɪʟᴇ ᴄᴏᴀᴄʜ · CSM® · KPM® & ᴀɢɪʟᴇ-ʟᴇᴀɴ ᴇɴᴛʜᴜsɪᴀsᴛ} #agile #lean #scrum #kanban #management30 #sociocracy #facilitation #coaching #leanchange #transformation

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