Learn the history of Kanban, the basic principles behind the method, and how to apply it. Regardless of industry, many teams find value in the Kanban method through improved efficiency and performance.
Learn about the Kanban method and how it can help a variety of businesses and industries achieve reduced time to market, increased productivity, and other benefits.
In Kanban, defining your process policies and making them visible are symbiotic components of effective teams. Learn why these "rules of the road" are so important.
Get introduced to the concept of limiting your work-in-progress (WIP) and learn why it is so critical in a successful Kanban initiative.
LeanKit CEO Chris Hefley explains why limiting work in process (WIP) is simultaneously the most rewarding and the most challenging principle of Kanban.
Multitasking is a common phenomenon in business, but it can easily harm overall productivity. Learn why limiting our work in process truly matters.
Discover five ways that a Kanban system can enable high-value team collaboration.
Stay up to date with the latest thoughts from leading Kanban experts and practitioners with this selection of top blogs.
Dominica DeGrandis explains three key reasons why IT Ops teams and those implementing a DevOps value chain use a lean flow approach to product development.
Learn about Agile development and how it can help your team rapidly deliver better software.
Learn how Kanban supports Agile work methods and how it can lead to improved team efficiency.
Using a pull system can improve your workflow and decrease cycle time. Learn more about pull systems and how they relate to Kanban.
With an electronic kanban board, you can easily track the progress of ongoing projects and get instant visibility in real time.
Learn the primary differences between Scrum and Kanban as systems in knowledge work.
LeanKit and Agile Innovation partner to discuss three of the critical first steps in Kanban: visualizing work, limiting WIP, and managing flow.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and visual task management provides just the tool to keep you organized and on target.
Kanban boards offer a way to visually manage your work. If you have ever used a post-it note to remind yourself to do something, you’ve used visual management. Visual management allows teams to see…
Continuous improvement, or Kaizen, is a method for identifying opportunities for streamlining work and reducing waste. The practice was formalized by the popularity of Lean / Agile / Kaizen in manufacturing and business, and it…
As companies compete in today’s fast-paced marketplace, the need for project management software has never been greater. And not just any project management software: Software that helps project managers foresee what’s to come and that helps…
Online collaboration software has recently become the number one tool used by distributed project teams. Sometimes referred to as project ware or project collaboration software, online collaboration platforms help people communicate and make it easier…
What is it to be a project manager? There are many definitions, and it can really mean whatever you want it to, depending on the job.
Once you understand the concept behind what a Kanban board is, take a moment to learn more about how they can help you plan and manage projects in a visual way.
Using Kanban software is easy. To begin, start with the most simple process you can think of. This may be a basic to-do list where items are either in the “to-do” column or in the “done”…
There are many advantages of Agile methodology for project management. Agile methods can help teams manage work more efficiently and do the work more effectively while delivering the highest quality product within the constraints of the budget. While…