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.

Top Task Management Tools

Top 10 Task Management Tools

Task management refers to all processes involved in the movement of tasks through various phases until they are completed. Such connected processes include planning, execution, reporting, etc. Task management practices allow better team collaboration, create enhanced transparency over work processes, and offer improvement insights. Organizations are under pressure to become more efficient and effective as […]

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 […]

Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation: Guide and Examples

Digital transformation is a continuous journey of challenging the status quo of existing business models to deliver a greater customer experience through the use of technological advancements. As such, it requires not only the commitment of leadership, change agents, and team members it also begs for a fundamental change in the organizational culture. From simply […]