Building a new tool was never our goal because who needs another tool? The problem was simple, our clients needed a simple tool that could infuse all the benefits of Kanban. To our surprise, the solution was not obvious because a Kanban tool is much more than a visual task board.
By Lena Boiser|2022-12-09T14:18:34-07:00January 30th, 2020|
We see organizations shifting from the traditional top-to-bottom leadership model to a more distributed leadership style. More popularly known as shared leadership, this leadership model advocates the need to encourage leadership at all levels in the organization for it to thrive. Gone are the days when one all-knowing leader
By Lena Boiser|2022-12-09T14:20:33-07:00January 29th, 2020|
Remote work has proven to be beneficial for both employees and employers in terms of flexibility and productivity. But all that time spent working alone can have negative effects on employees and the business as well. Working in a physical office makes it easy for employees to build connections and
The freelancing industry is slowly yet steadily growing. Nowadays, more talented individuals and tech companies become more open to the idea of working and hiring remote employees. In fact, among the big organizations (with 1000+ employees) from all over the world, 20% of them employ at least 30% remote
Today’s technological advancements have made it easy for various businesses to scale their team and productivity. And as manufacturing companies consistently look for ways to streamline their production systems, the need for digital transformation of manufacturing operations is a must. If you are running a manufacturing business and would
One of the key elements of productivity is intrinsic motivation. In the past, motivating people was a simple task for managers. They’d offer employees enticing rewards if they are more productive – to get more done. Simple and easy, right? Nowadays, this outdated stick-and-carrot approach to motivation is ineffective though.
By Lena Boiser|2022-12-14T15:49:39-07:00January 21st, 2020|
Have you ever been stalled in your project just because one of your key stakeholders said “no” to your proposal? Have you ever encountered stakeholders who are always missing when you need them? We’ve all had to deal with difficult stakeholders at some point in our career. Whether that’s
To maintain your efficiency at work, be it in the office or at home, it’s important that you manage your tasks efficiently. In fact, as our technology continuously evolves and becomes a common part of our daily lives, many lean and agile enthusiasts have found ways to improve task
This is a question we often get when a new team builds its first Kanban board. Once the process is visualized on the board, the team must assign WIP limits to create the ideal flow of work. The usual first reaction to setting WIP limits is that the number
By Lena Boiser|2022-12-06T15:56:45-07:00January 14th, 2020|
The first step to becoming productive is becoming aware of what you spend your time on. This is also true when it comes to business processes. If too much process time is spent on wasteful activities, you can expect productivity to suffer. Wasteful activities also increase costs, decrease employee
A new year is a time for new and exciting beginnings. You have a lot of possibilities waiting for you, and whatever 2020 may have in store, a lot of it is under your control. So if you want to make the most out of the new year, you