Feature FOMO: LeanKit Features You've Been Missing

As an avid LeanKit user, you might think you know all that the product has to offer, but there are probably a number of features you are not completely familiar with (and are missing out on!) In this webinar, you’ll hear firsthand product examples and customer stories such as: Tales of how Thomson Reuters aligned their globally distributed teams & reduced…

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April Newsletter: Measuring Predictability, Lean Decision Filter, Flow-driven Product Development

Here’s the April 2015 edition of the LeanKit monthly newsletter. 
Kanban for DevOps: 3 Reasons IT Ops Uses Lean Flow (part 3 of 3)
In the final post of this three-part series, Dominica DeGrandis explores why product support needs a voice in product development and how lean workflow visuals can help solve alignment problems. READ MORE

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March Newsletter: Managing Priorities, 10 Kanban Board Examples, Why It’s Time for Lean, and More

Here’s the March 2015 edition of the LeanKit monthly newsletter.
Kanban for DevOps: 3 Reasons IT Ops Uses Lean Flow (part 2 of 3)
A top frustration for operations teams is the context switching caused by conflicting priorities. In part two of this three-part series, Dominica DeGrandis explores why conflicting priorities exist, what makes them so tough to solve, and how Kanban can help. READ MORE

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February Newsletter: Kanban for DevOps, 7 Lean Metrics, New Custom Card Icons, and More

Here’s the February 2015 edition of the LeanKit monthly newsletter.
Kanban for DevOps: 3 Reasons IT Ops Uses Lean Flow (part 1 of 3)
Heard the joke about being “done” and being “done-done?” In part one of this three-part blog series, Dominica DeGrandis explores why using a lean flow approach can help redefine the finish line for IT Ops teams and those who are implementing a DevOps value chain. READ MORE

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January Newsletter: Future of Lean, DeGrandis Joins LeanKit, New Help Center, and More

Here's the January 2015 edition of the LeanKit monthly newsletter.
What is the Future of Lean?
Dan Jones and Jim Womack, founding fathers of the Lean movement, discuss the current state, evolution, and future of Lean thinking. Hear their thoughts about the contribution Lean can make to the digital age by influencing how people work to create value. READ MORE

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