Steve and Daniel have written a great book about knowledge-work management here, packed with practical information drawn from the Theory of Constraints that seems especially useful to Kanban users.
Release Train Engineers, Agile Project Managers and Product Developers will find ideas for new ways to use Kanban in areas such as portfolio management, at the value stream level and within product development, service delivery or devops teams.
This book could be a favorite of the Kanban, SAFe, and Scrum communities even if it doesn’t suffer much patience for some of the questionable beliefs of these communities.
Like Reinertsen’s “Flow,” this book is densely packed without much padding. Highlights include the chapters on Throughput Accounting and the actionable patterns in the back of the book.