Kanban Analytics

Get to know the Lean metrics, analytics charts and diagrams with Kanbanize. Learn how to measure the three most important metrics in Kanban.

Introduction

Step 1

Cumulative Flow Diagram - The Key to Optimal Process Stability

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Cumulative Flow Diagram
Step 2

Using Scatter Plot to Measure and Predict Cycle Time

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Scatter Plot Chart
Selecting the right measures and measuring things right are both art and science.

- Pearl Zhu

Step 3

Monte Carlo Simulations for Lean Project Management

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Monte Carlo Simulations for Lean Project Management
Step 4

Aging Work in Progress (WIP) in Lean Project Management

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Aging Work in Progress (WIP) in Lean Project Management
Step 5

Lean Management Basics - Monitoring Flow Efficiency

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Lean Project Management Basics - Monitoring Flow Efficiency
Let the flow manage the process, and not let management manage the flow.

- Taiichi Ohno

Step 6

Cycle Time Histogram for Lean Management

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Cycle Time Histogram for Lean Management
Step 7

Throughput Histogram in Lean Project Management

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Throughput Histogram in Lean Project Management
Step 8

Blocker Clustering for Process Improvement

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Block Clustering

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Blocker clustering is a relatively new technique for identifying identical blockers in your work process. It is an effective way to improve your workflow.