10 Tips for Working from Home Effectively

By |July 11th, 2019|

I’ve worked remotely on-again, off-again for around 5 years now. I was taken with the idea of having the freedom to work whenever [and wherever] I want. I could be my own boss. I could work in my PJ’s, stretched on the couch. Or work from a nice café.

Is Trello a Kanban Tool?

By |July 9th, 2019|

When searching Kanban tools or alternative, you must have come across Trello. Trello, in its core, is a visual collaboration tool that utilizes the concept of boards. It’s a simple and effective tool to manage and organize tasks. Trello is aimed at teams as a tool for organizing tasks

How to Amp Business Profits with Kanban

By |July 4th, 2019|

If you’re reading this, then you might be asking yourself whether going through the process of implementing kanban in your business is worth it. Or maybe you’ve been tasked with the difficult job of convincing your CEO to implement Kanban. Let’s face it. When it comes to pitching ideas

Never miss a card with column watching

By |July 3rd, 2019|

Kanban boards are ideal to visualize work and signal team members when a card needs their attention. If you are focused on doing work in a specific column of a Kanban board and never want to miss a new card entering it, then turn ON column watching for that

Embrace Minimalism in the Workplace with Kanban

By |July 2nd, 2019|

We, as humans, have the desire to know more, do more and experience as many things as possible. But research has shown that embracing minimalism in the workplace actually makes us more productive. Our standard practice of trying to get our hands on as many things as possible at

Debunking The Most Common Kanban Misconceptions

By |June 25th, 2019|

When talking to my friends about Kanban I noticed that many of them have never heard about it. And those that did, were confused and didn’t quite understand the methodology. But it’s not (entirely) their fault. There are so many half-truths and misinformation about Kanban on the Internet that

The Key Project Dimensions: Time, Scope, Budget, and Team Efficiency

By |June 20th, 2019|

Every project is constrained by three dimensions: time, budget, and scope. This is what we’ve known from our project management books and training. These three dictate the direction of any project and are used to measure project success. But the traditional three-dimensional project management approach is no longer sufficient

Why Use a Kanban Board?

By |June 19th, 2019|

If you were to ask me “Why use a Kanban board?”, I want you to read a short story before answering. The Problems of Modern Dispersed Teams Several years ago, I worked in an international company that has offices in over 60 countries... And like most big corporations, they