Kanban is an effective way to manage projects, teams and tasks

The methodology helps set up workflow management. We'll tell you what it consists of, how it works and what tasks it's suitable for.

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About the Kanban method

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You can create any number of columns, rows, and boards with this tool, which makes it easy to create and edit tasks. It also lets you combine all of the boards in one space. You can view and rearrange all the important information, including deadlines, accountable parties, tags, priority, and progress, on a single card.

  • bulletFull support with Scrum and Kanban tools.
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  • bulletFind out the purpose of the Kanban methodology
  • bulletLearn to look for dissatisfaction in the system
  • bulletConduct an analysis of demand and opportunities
  • bulletModel the workflow
  • bulletStudy and learn in practice the rules for working with a Kanban board

Longread Details

Kanban is a method of achieving goals by dividing the entire process into small steps. Using Kanban, you can organize almost any process, set tasks, track how quickly they are completed and meet deadlines. If the system is configured correctly, you will be able to delegate tasks and quickly identify “weak links.”

The Kanban method is implemented on “boards” (translated from Japanese as “signboard”, “plate”). The whole method is based on moving tablets around the board. In this article, we will learn about the purpose of the methodology and try to master the skill of working with a Kanban board in practice.

Longread Plan

The longread brings together the experience of leading experts and methodologists, fundamental and applied knowledge, as well as relevant technological tools. All this is presented in an accessible and easy-to-understand way — we know how to teach and realise exactly what the path to learning new skills might be like.

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1.

    Different approaches to work management

  • Chapter 2.

    What Makes the Service Fit for Purpose for the Customer?

  • Chapter 3.

    Understanding Sources of Dissatisfaction with the Current System

  • Chapter 4.

    Analyze Demand

  • Chapter 5.

    Analyze Capability

  • Chapter 6.

    Model Workflow

  • Chapter 7.

    Discover Classes of Service

  • Chapter 8.

    Design the Kanban System

  • Chapter 9.

    Socialize the Design and Negotiate Expectations

  • Chapter 10.

    At the End of the longread


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