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How to Integrate Agile DMAIC with Kanban

By |March 23rd, 2023|

In a global scenario as competitive as the current one, businesses constantly are looking at different ways to guarantee high quality processes and, at the same time, to meet customer requirements. Among the existing process improvement methodologies available so far, both pure and hybrid methodologies have gained considerable recognition,

6 Ways to Ensure Your Remote Software Developers Stay Productive

By |September 29th, 2022|

Tech companies are facing an important question: Should they go fully remote or keep their offices? If you ask software developers, they may suggest the former is better than the latter. According to the 2022 State of Remote Engineering Report, 75 percent of developers want to work remotely at

Service Level Expectation: Project Forecasting with Kanban

By |March 2nd, 2022|

Nowadays, companies and businesses in many different fields of work constantly need to conduct projects aiming at achieving their organizational goals and strategic plans. From a wider perspective, projects can be understood as a temporary undertaken effort to produce an exclusive result, service or product to customers. In this

Decipher the Patterns: Cycle Time Scatter Plot

By |November 30th, 2021|

The utilization of the Agile Kanban method allows the evaluation of important metrics associated with the process under consideration. Among the main metrics usually employed through the Kanban method, one of the most relevant metrics is the process cycle time, and with it comes the cycle time scatter plot.

What is a Monte Carlo Simulation and How to Use it

By |November 11th, 2021|

Have you ever faced situations which demanded from you fast and reliable answers regarding, for example, the predicted date some tasks can be accomplished or even the forecasted quantity of tasks that should be finished until date X? If your answer is “yes”, then you probably could benefit from

Kanban Calculations: How to Calculate Cycle Time

By |November 3rd, 2021|

In the context of Agile methodologies, the Kanban method has gained significant application over the years aiming at better controlling and understanding the process flow required to deliver high quality products or services. The Agile Kanban method permits inferring specific metrics (sometimes also known as terms or parameters) associated