Designing Your Kanban Board to Map Your Process

Need some practical advice on how to map your process? If so, watch this webinar recording.

In this webinar, I’ll discuss how to design your Kanban board so that you can visualize your workflow, measure your effectiveness, and identify opportunities for improvement.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Map your process to reflect your reality as closely as possible
  • Design your board to capture the right metrics for improvement
  • Address common gotchas such as wait time and hidden work

Creating your first Kanban board isn’t always easy – and you don’t have to get it 100% right. With the help of some good advice you can build the right foundation to improve incrementally over time.

If you’d like a copy of the presentation, please click on the link below:

Designing Your Kanban Board to Map Your Process PDF

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Chris Hefley

Chris Hefley is a co-founder of LeanKit. After years of coping with “broken” project management systems in software development, Chris helped build LeanKit as a way for teams to become more effective. He believes in building software and systems that make people’s lives better and transform their relationship with work. In 2011, he was nominated for the Lean Systems Society’s Brickell Key Award. Follow Chris on Twitter @indomitablehef.

8 thoughts on “Designing Your Kanban Board to Map Your Process

  1. Claire, I am unable to view the webinar recording. Can you confirm it is working or is it possible to provide an alternative link?


  2. I am unable to access the recording or pdf — is there another link? I used the link provided in the email

  3. Hi Mark,
    Try this link:

    Let us know if this works.

  4. Hi Sandy,
    Try this direct link:


    Let us know if that works for you.


  5. I really need to watch this webinar, do you have a link to it? I’m really having a bad time trying to measure effectiveness of my team!

    Looking forward to it!

  6. Mateus,

    You should see the recording of the webinar in the post itself. Let us know if you have any other issues!

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