Visibility and fluidity are among the desirable characteristics for any project as well as for the activities of a team. These two concepts are relatively simple, but are not often found in projects and work teams.
We still see companies with difficulties in conducting their projects, with problems in meeting deadlines, accumulation of work at some stages (queues) and lack of continuity in deliveries. Similarly, we see development teams or even administrative teams working hard, giving everything of themselves, but not being able to produce everything that is expected. The reason for this inefficiency may be in the way they manage their work.
In this eBook, we show the origins of the Kanban Method and how the fact that it increases transparency and visibility, improves communication and highlights the issues, leading to an improvement in the process. You will also see a step-by-step guide to start using the method in your team.