January News & Views from the Kanban Community
In This Issue
Kanban Coaching Exchange with Joey Spooner
Thursday, January 13, 2022
1:30 PM to 2:30 PM EST
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM GMT
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM CET
Join host Helen Meek for the first Kanban Coaching Exchange of 2022! Joey Spooner, Vice President of Community Development and Product Management at Kanban University, will share how the Kanban Method utilizes evolutionary change to transform your organization without suffering the pandemics of transformationitis and reorganizationitis.
Do You Really Need Predictability?
There are certainly business cases where predictability doesn’t actually matter. If you are working upon release dates that take place twice per year and you always meet these deadlines, or there are no deadlines at all and you deliver results whenever you deliver results, why would you need predictability? Click below to look at this question from a slightly different perspective.
Getting Started with Kanban, Part 2: How to Start, Kanban Board vs Kanban Method, Kanban Method Advantages and Challenges
Wondering how to use Kanban in your work? You don’t know where and how to start? Get some ideas from Mauvisoft’s series of interviews with Anna Radzikowska, Accredited Kanban Trainer and Certified Kanban Coach, who specializes in teaching Kanban world newcomers.
13 Best Kanban Software/Tools For Project Management In 2022
In today’s business environment, organizations need to be Agile and flexible enough to keep up with fast-growing market demands. Your work management structure needs to provide a clear plan, process and responsibilities so that critical initiatives can be delivered on time and on budget. With these challenges in mind, Agile and Lean management methods are gaining traction around the world. Taking a fresh approach to an old concept, the core concepts/principles of Kanban remain a way to easily implement Agile and promote enterprise agility. In this article, Digité brings you the 13 Best Kanban Software/Tools that can help you in implementing a Kanban System in your process.
Kanban for Lawyers: A Journey to Agility
The legal services industry is going through an accelerated and highly complex transformation, from which there is no going back. The globalization of all industries, the appearance of disruptive technologies and the digitalization of knowledge services are but a few of the challenges that the legal sector is facing. The greatest challenge is being able to create agile organizations and robust businesses that are capable of reinventing themselves.
Flow is King. Agility is a Side-Effect.
Succinctly put, Flow is the movement and delivery of customer value through a process. Without Flow, our organizations simply cannot endure long enough to deliver value to our customers. Mike Freislich relates his experiences of how to see Flow in your organization, as well as tips and tricks to identify and eliminate impediments to Flow.