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In kanban As a product owner how to behave with a controlling customer?

TL;DR This question sounds like a Workplace question, but it's not an uncommon one in project management. The answer is both simple and complex at the same time: You need to enforce appropriate ...
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Kanban Buffers and Queues

"Buffer" comes from the Theory of Constraints. When you identify a bottleneck, one of the mitigation strategies would be placing a buffer before the bottleneck to ensure maximum utilization. ...
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In a Kanban or Scrum workflow should tasks/stories move back?

I believe that moving items backwards simply masks the true issue. If a bug is found in QA, why not simply allow the work item to remain in QA until the bug is resolved? Whether you add a separate bug ...
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