STATIK is an acronym for System Thinking Approach to Implementing Kanban. If you are considering implementing Kanban in your organization, you are required to familiarize yourself with the workability of the system prior to its execution in the organization. STATIK is a method of learning the workability and functionality of the system as a whole rather than analyzing its components individually.
Prior to the implementation of STATIK, you are required to introduce the facets of Kanban in your organization. The arrangement of the steps are independent of a sequence but, these steps unlock the next step to exhibit in a collaborative manner.
How Does it Work?
The application of STATIK is limited to one service; however, if you are considering adding more services, you are required to take Kanban practices to equate the demand and flow across the manifold services, which are improved over the course of time. However, you can go through the given steps to learn the workability of STATIK in an organization:
Analyzing the capability
In this step, the historical data regarding the service delivery is studied, and it is studied in accordance with lead time and quality. It is also studied in conformation to the regulatory standards or requirements that occurs during the process. In addition, it also takes the functional and non-functional quality of the data into its consideration.
Modeling the workflow
In this step, it is believed that the workflow modeling should be carried out individually for each type of a work item. It is highly significant to consider to the individualistic value of workflow, and it should not be intertwined with its counterparts like Gemba Walk techniques or Value Stream Mapping. Working in a professional setting requires Kanban to develop and model a workflow that is geared towards the STATIK approach for its accomplishment in an organization.
Designing the kanban system and negotiating its implementation in the organization:
A Kanban system compromises of four essential elements, which are the Kanban system, its corresponding Kanban, the design of the ticket, the design of the board, and adjustment to existing meetings. It also includes introducing new facets to adjust the Kanban Cadences, the feedback loops, to complete the design of the system.
In addition, for completing the design of the Kanban system, there is a requirement for implementing a workflow model which caters to various types of work, classes of service, and the state of work required for discovering latest information.
The inclusion of STATIK method motivates the collaborative workshops to indulge in the formation of the Kanban boards and systems in the organization, which correspondingly results in its design prepared for implementation in the organization.
— Slimane Zouggari