In the world of business, leaders must maximize efficiency, eliminate waste, even out roadblocks, and keep production flowing in accordance with demand. Once a business venture takes flight, however, a lot of different people get involved, each with their own knowledge, talent, and ways of getting things accomplished. In order to ensure flow and consistency […]
Lack of communication between team members? No cooperation between different departments? Collaboration holes in the organization? Silos within the company? If you can relate to any of these problems in your office, then your organization probably suffers from a lack of social capital and to fix the problems that come with it, you need to […]
Most project management tools and methods, focus mainly on 3 dimensions: Time, Budget and Scope. Kanban has embedded in its core a fourth dimension: Efficiency.
In today’s business world, integration is key. With local and global competition stronger than ever, and the business world changing at an increasing pace, it is necessary to implement a strategy that integrates all aspects of your business. This ensures any changes to your strategy and focus take into account each and every function under […]
With Kanban 101 we are aiming to give our readers a jump-start guide to get their Kanban engine running. For this purpose we are going to use Kanbanize, so you can start implementing what you learn right away. The board is the first gradient of Kanban. Without it, there are going to be just random […]
Two terms you likely hear over and over again as a project manager, supervisor or team leader are “quality control” and “continuous improvement.” You can apply these broad concepts without fail to any industry, project, or situation. When you apply and use them correctly, they will become second nature, simplifying and improving the way you […]
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.
There is a line between productivity and just doing things that don’t bring any results. Find more about the difference between them and how to recognize the one from the other. Reveal are you being actionable or motionable…
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