Tag Archives: kanban

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Enterprise Kanban – End to End Optimization for the Whole Organization

First of all, we want to thank Colleen Johnson for writing this insightful piece of content on the enterprise kanban topic for our blog. She sent it to us a while ago, and since then, the topic is generating a lot of interest. So we decided to refresh this blog post, and here it is. Enjoy it! The […]

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Kanban Project Management: How to Use and Implement It

Kanban project management is one of the emerging PM methodologies, and the Kanban approach is suitable for companies of any size. In this guide, you will learn how to break down your projects quickly, track progress, get status reports immediately, and achieve organizational transparency. But first, let’s take a look at some data representing the […]

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Kanban vs. Scrum: What Are the Differences Between Scrum and Kanban

How many times have you heard people arguing about which one is better – Kanban or Scrum? Probably a lot, especially if you are in the product development business. This argument is not new and you can hear it at pretty much every business summit that puts together people who are managing projects. Objectively speaking, […]

5 Ways to Get Started With Continuous Improvement

5 Ways to Get Started With Continuous Improvement

Continuous improvement is a widely discussed topic, especially in the Lean and Agile communities. You can find plenty of articles that cover how continuous improvement can benefit your business, however, most of the information covers the theory with very little practical advice on how to actually start implementing it in your daily office life. As […]

Shared Leadership How to Implement It with Kanban

Shared Leadership: How to Implement It with Kanban

In the past, companies have traditionally relied on authoritarian structures to delegate responsibility down the organizational hierarchy. However, leadership models (e.g. Shared Leadership) are becoming flatter in nature as the continuous business development requires organizations to adopt new ways of advancing ahead of their competitors. First, let’s see what is wrong with hierarchical leadership. The […]