Dimitri Ponomareff

Using Card Labels to Categorize Kanban Cards

By |October 3rd, 2019|

Before designing your Kanban board, the first step is to define the types of Kanban cards that will be flowing on this board. Although it can feel more logical to just build the board, thinking first about the actual types of work (card labels) is a critical first step.

Kanban for Coaching

By |September 24th, 2019|

As a coach, my role is to help people who seek services to create actionable goals and/or tasks that have been agreed by both coach and coachee. In this collaborative relationship, having clarity and accountability is key to ensure that real noticeable progress is being made. Both coach and

Groundhog Kanban Cards a.k.a. Recurring Cards

By |September 18th, 2019|

Do you have certain events, activities or tasks that repeat on a set schedule? If you find yourself creating the same Kanban card on a regular basis, then you might want to invest in the ability to create recurring cards. How to create a recurring card Once you notice

Attachments on Kanban Cards: Simple & Secure

By |September 11th, 2019|

When collaborating with your team or external stakeholders it’s important to keep everything related to a Kanban card directly on the card. This increases efficiency by not having to ask or look for pieces of information about a card, that should just be readily available on the card. We

Integrate with Kanban Zone’s API to Create Cards

By |August 29th, 2019|

As we continue to improve Kanban Zone, many of our customers are seeking ways to integrate their systems with Kanban Zone and now that’s possible with our first Application Program Interface (API). We will be adding many more APIs, but we started with the most important and obvious… Creating