Literally, a Kanban board in a kindergarten room. David Anderson pulls through once again with yet another insight into Lean and Kanban.
I've been shifting my "work study" towards Kanban and Lean more and more recently. I'm really starting to like it more than Scrum. This example is amazing since it points out the simplicity of managing resources, availability, needs, etc. It does ignore the flow/process/sequence aspect of managing "real" work, but it is really interesting.