project-visibility

Project Visibility – Why It Is Important and How To Achieve It

Have you ever seen weekly status updates pass for actual project visibility? Well, I have, and they shouldn’t! Project visibility is so much more than a short update via email. More importantly, it plays a crucial role in project success and alignment between organizational levels or stakeholders. This is why it is worrying when some […]

Kanban Charts Part V: Created vs. Finished

Kanban Charts Part V: Created vs. Finished Tasks

This article is going to explain a basic concept – how demand and throughput live together. It is going to touch a little bit from queuing and suggest ways to control both variables. As usual, we will be working with simple examples that make it easy to understand and apply the techniques that Kanbanize was built to enable. This time you will be an artist who owns an online business that doesn’t do so well, even though you send tons of paintings. Go through the entire post to figure out how you got out of this situation.

Case Study - Kanbanizing Technical Communications

Case Study: Kanbanizing Technical Communications

Introduction BLONDÉ is a third-generation independent family business that thinks locally and acts globally in delivering liquid content services to its clients worldwide. Since its establishment as a high-end printing company in Antwerp, Belgium, in 1934 by Lode Blondé, they have evolved into a multifaceted global provider of services in the communications industry. Presently, BLONDÉ […]