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9 Tips for a Successful Virtual Event Planning

By |June 22nd, 2020|

Advancements in technology have enabled us to accomplish various tasks more efficiently and with less hassle. One of these advancements, the internet, has paved the way to so many possibilities for us, that now, we can use it for more than just an information resource. With the right tools

What is Inventory Kanban and How to Use It

By |June 9th, 2020|

The origins of Kanban dates back to the late 1940s when automobile manufacturing giant Toyota started the Toyota Production System (TPS). Toyota knew that for them to reach the top, they’d have to improve from within. The TPS was their way of organizing their end-to-end operations by optimizing human

Card Aging – A Fun and Helpful Visual Signal for Kanban

By |March 25th, 2020|

Kanban promotes visualizing work. This can be accomplished by having a Kanban board with explicit agreements, WIP limits, and cards with clear signals. Because Kanban is all about improving the flow of work, it’s great to see bottlenecks, but the ability to visualize card aging is both fun and

Effective Time Management Tips for Professionals

By |March 24th, 2020|

Professionals in various lines of work understand the importance of managing time. It is one of the most important resources for businesses. That is why many organizations are willing to spend their money and effort to make sure that everyone in their team is using their time wisely. From

9-Step Guide for Planning Your Vacation in 2020

By |March 3rd, 2020|

Plan Your 2020 Vacation Now Planning your 2020 vacation should be stress-free. But the thing is, it can become burdensome and problematic if you have no idea how to plan a vacation trip in the first place. You can always hire someone to help you out, but where’s the

7 Tips to Stay Organized and Productive in College

By |February 26th, 2020|

College is one of the most hectic phases in a young adult’s life. On top of your academics, you will be juggling your time for your family, friends, college org, yourself, and to some, part-time work or internship. To keep up with everything that is going on in your