Implementing Scrumban: How to Add Sprints to Your Kanban Workflow

By |December 17th, 2019|

One of the emerging trends in software development is how organizations approach project management using hybrid methods. Some take on a mix of Agile and traditional approaches, while some stick to purely Agile ones. Scrum is one of the most popular Agile methodologies and we’ve seen implementations of it

Visual Project Management with Kanban Linked Cards

By |December 13th, 2019|

Project Management is all about clear deliverables and the ability to track progress on these deliverables. One of the most important aspects of delivering successful projects is to set clear expectations and ensure great communication throughout the project. As Kanban experts, we believe that visualizing projects by connecting Kanban

Help Your Team Adopt New Technology and Tools

By |December 12th, 2019|

In today’s fast-paced world, new technologies are introduced almost daily. A new gadget, a new app, or an innovative concept can be seen to permeate various markets and industries. Technology advancements not only affect consumers, but it also affects how organizations operate. The way we work evolves as much

Scale Kanban Across the Organization

By |December 10th, 2019|

Perhaps one of the more popular topics in Agile development today is scaling. Scaling means to widen the use of Agile practices across multiple teams. After seeing results from Agile implementations at the team-level, companies tread the obvious path of making the whole organization Agile. What started as a

Kanban Zone on full display at Agile Arizona 2019

By |December 5th, 2019|

This year we decided to take Kanban Zone on the road by teaching, speaking and sponsoring at Agile Arizona 2019. This regional Agile conference was full of great speakers and we were very happy to not only speak about Portfolio Kanban, but also set up a booth that showed

Social Loafing and Determining the Right Team Size

By |November 29th, 2019|

Social groups are a basic part of our human existence. We all belong to many different types of social groups. They give us a sense of security and belonging; help us shape our values, norms, and so on. In addition to our primary groups of family and friends, we also