Our Customer Success team is excited to introduce Office Hours, a virtual meeting room where our experts are available to answer questions, teach and reinforce Lean and Kanban concepts, and guide you through any challenges your team may be facing. Whether you have a question about a Lean concept or a LeanKit feature, our experts are ready to coach you to success.
You can now connect interdependent work items on the same LeanKit board. This helps teams break down work so they can deliver value in smaller, faster increments — without losing sight of the bigger picture.
Celebrating IT in “It” City
The Nashville Technology Council (NTC) named us 2015 Company of the Year at the 7th Annual NTC Awards, a sold-out celebration held at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Thursday.
We’re as excited as you might expect us to be — after all, many accomplished tech companies call Nashville home. Being recognized is no tiny accolade! We’re quite honored.
Here’s the April 2015 edition of the LeanKit monthly newsletter.
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
In a recent survey to further understand your analytics and reporting interests, we asked the following question: “What analytics do you use now, and which ones would you like to use in the future?” Thanks for sharing your preferences with us. Here’s a quick summary of the results.
Here’s the March 2015 edition of the LeanKit monthly newsletter.
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
Here’s the February 2015 edition of the LeanKit monthly newsletter.
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