In the final installment of his three-part series on limiting work in process (WIP), LeanKit CTO Stephen Franklin takes to the webinar format to share some practical advice on WIP limit implementation.
Get an introduction to Lean Metrics and learn how to measure and improve your team's effectiveness in this Webinar.
LeanKit CEO Chris Hefley discusses the importance of flow and how Kanban supports workflow improvements.
Kanban Coaching Professional Mike Burrows discusses the importance of using metrics in Kanban to support a process of continuous improvement.
Net Objectives CEO Al Shalloway discusses the topic of Agile at Scale in a series of webinars.
LeanKit customers and teams weigh in with hardware recommendations and meeting tips to get the most out of your Kanban standups.
Learn how to identify and avoid scope creep using Kanban.
Software project management coach Pawel Brodzinski discusses portfolio management with Kanban.
IT management consultant Troy Magennis addresses why budgeting and estimating are necessary in business and why teams must adopt "smart" estimation to excel in their Kanban initiatives.
Tonianne DeMaria Barry, author of Personal Kanban, tells her tale of practicing Kanban to concurrently plan six events for 150+ people each.
Kanban for IT Operations pro Dominica DeGrandis talks with us about how Kanban systems can help DevOps teams manage dependencies in a fast-moving market.
See how Patty Beidleman, an elementary educator and advocate for bringing Lean/Agile thinking to education, uses Kanban as a powerful tool for improved learning in her classroom.
Looking for ways that visual management helps companies work smarter? Yuval Yeret of Agile Sparks shares a great example: Kanban for audit management.
Net Objectives CEO Al Shalloway discusses how to apply Lean and Kanban at scale to manage software initiatives more effectively.
The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) provides resources to help businesses bring Agile initiatives to the enterprise. Learn how LeanKit can help you implement SAFe.
Stay organized using online task boards. From managing personal tasks to enterprise initiatives, "To Do," "Doing," and "Done" is just the beginning.