okr visualization with kanban

Visualizing OKRs: Turn Vision into Action with Kanban(ize)

Turning vision into action has been one of the fiercest challenges that managers face. That’s actually been studied in numerous researches over the years and even though there are improvements, strategic execution continues to be the main culprit why many strategies fail.   That’s why a management approach such as OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) has […]

blocked and delayed work in kanban

How to Deal with Blocked & Delayed Work in Kanban(ize)?

It’s no secret that staying on top of impediments and issues is critical for any project’s success. That’s why traditional project managers aim to track all problems in detailed sheets or create logs with project risks so they can mitigate them.  This approach makes perfect sense for stable projects with predominantly homogenous work. In a […]

managing dependencies with kanban in an agile environment

The Kanban(ize) Way for Managing Dependencies

When managing knowledge work projects, the word “dependency” is often associated with delay. Honestly, that comes as no surprise because the traditional way of managing dependencies (using Gantt Charts) is not reliable in an environment where requirements frequently change.  Following the same old approach requires project managers to rework their initial plans often. In turn, […]

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Kanbanize Capacity Allocation Tricks for Better Performance

Back in the days, project managers saw resource planning as a critical element for project success. Even now, many still insist on directly allocating tasks to team members. However, welcoming Agile and Kanban into the project management world shifted the focus towards managing the work instead of directly managing people. In other words, resource management […]

Kanban Multiple Workflows

Multiple Workflows on One Kanban Board? Now It Is Possible!

Recently, our team at Kanbanize, heard many Kanban board users saying they have one major pain point, no matter what Kanban tool they use: “How can we build a more flexible Kanban board for multiple team functions or different projects? Without the need of merging columns and swimlanes. Without making compromises on the individual needs […]