The traditional waterfall approach to building software (and other things) has been anathematized as being the worst thing that can happen to a company and has practically been banned from the industry for good. Its successor – agile has been discovered and promoted as the only way to do things properly. Is this applicable to everyone?
Sometimes we need to let others know that we have an issue and we need help. Kanbanize makes it easy to visualize this and measures everything behind the scenes. Learn more about the next step towards perfection in the article about Block Resolutoin Time.
With the task distribution chart you can track the number of tasks on your Kanban board, how much time has been spent on different types of work, how your work is distributed by person and many more.
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So, what is it that makes a Kanban implementation successful? There is not a definitive answer to that question, but I will attempt to “prescribe” my own rules that have helped us so far.
The cycle time chart is your best friend in your endeavor to conquer the world of Kanban productivity. If you want to know more about this metric and how to read the chart, go through the entire article and share your feedback.
The thought of managing remote teams or operating in a remote working environment can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. If you arm yourself with the right tools, mindset, and employees, there’s absolutely nothing to worry about. Often, remote teams manage themselves due to the nature of their work. Remote employees are usually […]
Cumulative flow is one of the most powerful tools available in the lean world, and it is a pity that many people fail to read this graph correctly. If you feel you need more understanding about this Kanban chart, please go through the article and check our simple explanation.
This article is part of a series that will address what kind of KPIs a SaaS company needs to track to make sure all parts of the business are doing fine. The focus of the current post is on software development or the so called RnD department of the company. The article is intended primarily for development managers, project managers, team leads or other senior staff, but anyone who’s interested may check what we have to say. Let’s get rolling without further introductions.
Lean was developed for delivering products and services with unquestionable value at the right moment to the end customer. To help you with that, the methodology focuses on identifying value-adding steps in your process and minimizing waste activities. Although it sounds pretty simple, there is a question that has been bothering managers and regular team […]