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Kanban tool

  As an Agile coach I have got many questions about what is the best tool to manage a virtual board in Kanban. The first idea to come to my mind is: why many people are more concerned about  tools (and processes sometimes ) instead of worrying more on “Individuals and interactions” such as one […]

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Personal Kanban in Chile

Unfortunately, it is very unusual to meet with Agile professionals who are well known in Chile. Chile is located at the bottom of the map of South America so it is very difficult to enjoy from someone to the US or Europe. However, this week was very totally different because Jim Benson (@ourfounder) and Tonianne […]

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Don’t confuse with Kanban!!!

      At my office there are many of my team member using kanbanize as its personal kanban because of that I am in touch of blogs from kanbanize. Thus I found this very interesting blog which discussed about that many people confused to colourful physical board with sticky notes. Kanban Is More Than […]

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Tracking progress in Kanban

      One of the best features that an Agile software has to take is a blog showing the main concepts of the approach because of that I want to show this very helpful blog written by Kanbanize. Tracking progress is the core of the continuous improvement process. Without regular monitoring and tracking one […]

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Kanban 101 – Applying WIP Limits

      A colleague of mine told about Kanbanize and I have been using for a while because it is a very helpful and simple tool. Then I have read many articles because Kanbanize has a blog with great topics such as WIP in Kanban that is one of the most important concept in […]

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How to do Retrospective Kanban?

Retrospective in Kanban In the beginning, you can analyze how is the process going on (every step of the workflow has WIP, etc). Then you can analyze why is the reason of each block because most of them repeat time to time and you have to take small steps to figure it out. There are […]

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What are the top 5 benefits of kanban?

I would like to share this great topic posted by Joe Jordan Logistics Operations Management on Linkedin I have collected some of the answers:   Brook Ferguson Senior IT Consultant at PolarSeven Visualizing your work in progress – which promotes communication My answer was: Big Visible, Visualize your work, Stabilize your work in progress, Optimize […]

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Kanban Cycle time and Little’s Law

First of all, I want to talk about Little’s law The average number of work items in a stable system is equal to their average completion rate, multiplied by their average time in the system John Little, 1961 By solving this simple formula you are able to solve the average time for work items in […]

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Kanban Analytics and Metrics – Lead and Cycle Time

Understanding Lead and Cycle Time Diagram Lead and Cycle times are often misunderstood. For that reason it is important to clarify those terms and differences between them. Lead Time is defined as a period of time, measured from the moment when the request is made until the tasks are completed. Lead Time is what customer […]