How to Scale Kanban Using Swimlanes

Usually, teams that start practicing Kanban begin with simple board layouts while figuring out how to make the most of the method. The beauty of a Kanban board is that it can start simply, then grow in complexity as needed over time. An ordinary beginner’s Kanban board would consist of just 3 columns (To Do, […]


Fundamentals of the Portfolio Kanban Method

Kanban for me is a great way to use with Portfolios because of that I want to post this article that I found on Kanbanize blog. “This post was originally published on the Kanbanize blog” Have you tried applying Kanban on a large scale in your organization? If you haven’t, you are likely to find […]


User research for agile teams

An area that has been gaining a lot of attention these couple of years is User Research which is an activity focused on generating insights for product owners and project managers into what drives adoption of a tool or feature.                   For many of us that have […]


Why Kanban is the real Productivity Ninja

7 Ways that Kanban tackles the great Enterprise Productivity Challenge It is definitely tempting to look at Kanban through the lens of visual work, great project management or a basic ‘stickies on a board’ based management – but it is much more than that and can yield dramatic productivity improvements for yourself, your team and […]


Improving the WIP!!!

What is the biggest challenge using Kanban? As you know it is possible to implement Kanban the most difficult task is to set the right WIP (Work in Process). It means you need to put limit of your work in each column of your Kanban board.               This image […]


First Kanban

                        I couldn’t remember from when but Scrum is the trend and XP has been forgotten from Agile blogs (I don’t know why) or it is considered that very hard to implement it. What about Kanban? Every time that I mention to one client […]


Agile Virtual Coaching

                                This image is from ACI @lyssaadkins and @mspayd agilecoachinginstitute.com There are many clients that want to improve their Agile knowledge but without hiring someone for a long term because every Company is run of money time to time and of course there are professionals […]


Kanban Portfolio Boards with Kanbanize

              In the project management community, there are many people discussing the steps towards Agile Portfolio Management – many of them think that only Scrum is a viable approach. Fortunately, there is a way to implement a Kanban Portfolio Board with Kanbanize. When does this come in handy? Most […]


Using Kanbanize

              Agile is a real passion of mine. According to my wife, it is a hobby as well as an obsession. Unsurprisingly,  having a board to deal with my personal and professional tasks is extremely important to me. I started trying out many different solutions including Redmine, Jira, Agilefant, […]