Author Archives: Nikolay Tsonev

About Nikolay Tsonev

Proactive person, passionate about project management, digital transformation, growth hacking and entrepreneurship. Nick is enthusiastic about football, movies and watches.

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The Second Event of the KanConf Series is Here!

We’re excited to announce that KanConf #2 is all lined up, and the event is happening on the 30th of June, 2022! This time around, our special guest is Nigel Thurlow, co-creator of The Flow System™, former Chief of Agile at Toyota, and internationally recognized expert in the Toyota Production System and The Toyota Way. […]

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Kanbanize Goes All-in on Brazil with First Office Opening

Continuous improvement! If you’ve been following Kanbanize for a while, then you’ve probably heard us say this quite often. That’s simply because it’s the main culprit behind our company’s growth.   Ever since the inception of Kanbanize, our founders have persistently followed the idea that “There is always a better way”. This is so deeply rooted […]

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The 3 Pillars of Kanbanize in Action!

At Kanbanize, we’ve always said that Kanban is much more than “sticky notes on a wall”. That’s why our goal has always been to build a product that’s not just the next tool for moving cards from left to right on a whiteboard.   We aim to enable true agility in companies by helping them:  Optimize workflows and deliver faster  Gain […]

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Definition of Done – A Necessity for Creating Value

“What is the progress on…?” I am sure you will agree that’s one of the most asked questions by customers or other relevant stakeholders when you are working on a product or service.   But how can you measure the progress of something if you don’t know where it ends? It’s simple… you can’t.   The same thing applies to […]

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You Need a Strategy to Make Kanban Work

It’s no secret that having a good strategy is of vital importance in the business world. From developing the right product to positioning it on the market, it all comes down to strategy.   And yet, when implementing Kanban (or Lean/Agile for that matter), we still see many companies that approach it as a one-time endeavor. […]

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Agile vs Agility: How to Be Truly Adaptable to Changes?

In Kanbanize, we’re die-hard fans of efficiency and continuous improvement. And this doesn’t necessarily mean implementing Agile practices by the book.   In our experience, we’ve seen companies that try so hard to embrace all of the “best Agile practices” on their transformation journey but still lack something to get the desirable results.  I am sure […]