kanban Archive

Hybrid Methods are More Powerful than Kanban or Scrum

When teams decide to “go Agile” they invariably decide between Scrum or the Kanban Method. This is often because both Scrum and the Kanban Method provide a straightforward approach to get started. However, our experience has shown

A Kanban Diary: How to Integrated Agile

Overstretched? Under-resourced? Need to manage other teams/clients expectations? So far so very third sector. But it’s not just charities facing these problems. On the 17th January 2015 I wrote the first words in my Agile diary. The

Agile Project Management with Kanban

There’s a way to organize your work, stay focused, avoid mistakes, and be hyper-productive that you can learn in five minutes using sticky notes and markers. It’s been used by Toyota to make cars, by Xbox to

Controlling Chaos with Kanban

Many Agencies suffer from the same problems: Too much to do, looming deadlines, dependencies on a few specialists, and insufficient predictability. On top of that, there are customers that want to know a fixed price and yet

Discovery Kanban

As the business landscape is becoming more and more volatile, many organisations need to undergo a fundamental change of management discipline. Recent failures of large and small organisations have shown that a single focus on optimised exploitation