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When you open up the configuration dialog of a software tool, do you prefer having 3 options to tweak, or 100 options to tweak? Probably somewhere in between. Depends on how much you need to tweak and how well you understand the tool. So let’s say we reduce a WIP limit, based on the hypothesis that this will improve our process. We then observe how things like capacity, lead time, quality, and predictability change. We draw conclusions from the results and then change some more things, continuously improving our process.
Feedback cycle. What about Kanban then? Well, first of all you can (and probably should) put all of the above feedback loops into your process whether or not you use Kanban. What Kanban then gives you is a few very useful real-time metrics: • Average lead time. Updated every time an item reaches “Done” (or whatever you call your right-most column). • Bottlenecks. Typical symptom is that Column X is crammed with items while column X+1 is empty. Look for “air bubbles” on your board. The nice thing about real-time metrics is that you can choose the length of your feedback loop, based on how often you are willing to analyze the metrics and make changes.
But the limit is 2 for that column, so you will need to remove C or D in that case. We are working on A and B right now, but as soon as we have capacity we will pull in the top item from To Do”. So the response time (how long it takes to respond to a change of priorities) of a Kanban team is however long it takes for capacity to become available, following the general principle of “one item out = one item in” (driven by the WIP limits). In Scrum, the response time is half the sprint length on average.