This downloadable guide demonstrates how to move your team from visualizing your work to improving your process in five easy steps.
In this webinar, LeanKit CEO Chris Hefley discusses how to design your Kanban board to map your process, measure effectiveness and identify opportunities for improvement.
Learn the benefits of using Kanban software and how to choose the right tool for your team.
Kanban boards help IT teams visualize their work, balance planned and unplanned requests and eliminate costly rework.
Learn how applying Agile, Lean, and Kanban thinking helped Getty Images adopt a culture of continuous improvement.
Value stream mapping in knowledge work encourages systems thinking, resulting in better communication, more effective collaboration, and more team wins.
In part one of this three-part series, LeanKit CTO Stephen Franklin discusses the importance of WIP limits and presents a mental framework that will help you approach the topic.
In part two, Stephen discusses several types of WIP limits and what he has learned from using WIP limits in real business settings.
In this webinar, Personal Kanban authors Jim Benson and Tonianne DeMaria Barry discuss how setting strong WIP limits can result in all of your work reaching faster completion.
Kanban Coaching Professional Mike Burrows explains why Kanban is an evolutionary approach to change, encouraging teams to start with what they are doing now and evolve over time.
For a better understanding of how your work gets done, learn how to map your workflow -- one of the first steps of Kanban adoption.
Kanban fosters an environment where teams can collaborate to identify opportunities to improve their flow of work. Learn how you can get your team started with continuous improvement.
Learn how Kanban tools can help improve productivity through enhanced project visibility.
Kanban can help anyone work smarter. This short use case describes how LeanKit's online kanban tool worked for a non-advanced team.
Kanban's highly visual nature makes it easy to get started. When it's time for advanced concepts or just basic problem-solving, here's a short list of Kanban professionals.
Learn how a hosted ecommerce company uses LeanKit to be more efficient and productive across the organization.
Learn how an email marketing company uses LeanKit to create a culture of visibility and accountability.
Learn how an IT team at the leading healthcare service provider is using LeanKit to realize a 50% improvement in turnaround time.
Learn how an accounting firm has used LeanKit to track and manage their work, allowing them to go fully paperless.
Learn how a digital advertising business is using LeanKit to provide a foundation of flexibility and transparency.
Learn how a health care communications company is using LeanKit to help develop ground-breaking new technologies.
Learn how an IT staffing firm is using LeanKit to convert their physical whiteboards to the cloud.
Learn how a leading provider of integrated technology and information solutions is using LeanKit to reduce time to market.
This blog post provides 10 examples that show just a few of the different Kanban boards that can be built in LeanKit.
In this video, the LeanKit product development team shows how they use LeanKit boards and the Kanban Method to continuously deliver value to customers.
Learn how Kanban is being applied in the federal market space from management consultant Rich Kostro, founder of Advenio Strategies.
Learn how LeanKit helped a Brazilian tile manufacturer integrate the commercial and industrial sides of their business process.
Here's a from-the-trenches perspective of why it's important to keep it simple when your team lays out its first process.
LeanKit and Agile Innovation partner to discuss the economics of Kanban in this webinar.
Project portfolio management (PPM) refers to a process used by project managers and project management organizations (PMO’s) to analyze the potential return on a doing a project. By organizing and consolidating every piece of data regarding…
Kanban is about evolution, not revolution — which makes the term “Kanban best practice” a bit controversial. To truly practice Kanban is to recognize that there are no “best” practices regarding your process, only…
Using Kanban to manage projects is easy. You may already be using some form of Kanban and not realize it. For example, if you’ve ever used sticky notes to remind yourself to do something,…