Author Archives: Pavel Naydenov

About Pavel Naydenov

Passionate about online marketing, copywriting, brand management and social media. Enthusiastic about cooking, guitar playing, and continuous improvement.

why use kanban

Top Reasons Why Companies Use Kanban [Infographic Included]

Kanban started as a scheduling system developed by Taiichi Ohno that revolutionized the automotive industry and was the foundation of the Toyota production system. Later, David Anderson defined Kanban for knowledge work application, and it gained massive popularity across the software sector, IT operations, engineering, marketing, etc. Businesses of all types are using it. We, […]

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Enterprise Kanban – End to End Optimization for the Whole Organization

First of all, we want to thank Colleen Johnson for writing this insightful piece of content on the enterprise kanban topic for our blog. She sent it to us a while ago, and since then, the topic is generating a lot of interest. So we decided to refresh this blog post, and here it is. Enjoy it! The […]

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Kaizen: Lost in Translation

In this sea of content, it becomes much harder to find something authentic and valuable. We genuinely believe that the following post meets these requirements, and we are happy to share it with you. Special thanks to the author Jun Nakamuro for letting us republish this article on our blog.  Japanese improvement techniques have been emulated […]

Best Lean Tools

10 Best Lean Tools

Lean manufacturing (also known as just-in-time production, or JIT) is a production methodology whose main purpose is to eliminate waste activities from a production process, optimize productivity and reduce the time to market. In other words, the goal is to sustainably deliver value to the customer. In the following list, you are going to find […]

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SLAs and WIP limits: Which One Do You Need?

A few days ago our marketing team had its weekly replenishment meeting and somehow we started a discussion around the following topic:  Do we need both, WIP limits and service level of agreements (SLAs)?  Well, the short answer is yes.  But the answer can also be “it depends.” So, it depends on what?  After a […]