The main objectives of the Toyota Production system, which is one of the primary sources of inspiration for Kanban for knowledge work, were to get rid of overburden (muri) and inconsistency (mura), and eliminate waste (muda) from your system.
The SwiftKanban update for May 2017 comes with several new features and enhancements. Here are the highlights of this update: Discard and Abort capturing in SwiftKanban, Card default attributes made configurable, Estimates as UoM in Planning Release Capacity and Burndown Chart & More!
Last year, we identified this issue in the card hierarchy linkage feature. Adding parent and child relationships was a bit of a pain as the user had to navigate away from the board to create or edit a card hierarchy. So we introduced the parent/ child bulk link option, using a panel at the bottom of the user’s screen while they are on the Board view and provided the option to add parent/ child links in a single click.
We have released another update for SwiftKanban this month, which comes with several new features and enhancements. Here are some of the highlights of this release: Bulk Card Operations Gets Bigger and Better, Card via URL, Flag’s Name in Comments, Tracking Due Dates and Flags Gets Easier with the Home View, New Web Service – getBoardCards and much more.
We are delighted to be a sponsor of the premier Lean/ Kanban event in the UK – the London Lean Kanban Days 2017 (#LLKD17)! Organized
Personal productivity and time management tools/methods have always been a subject of interest. Numerous methods and tools have been developed over the years. However, few seem to stick over time. Given that any tool or method needs a certain level of discipline at an individual level, is there a method that can really help you manage better, visualize what you need to do and most importantly, stick? In this blog, I am going to share my own experience of tackling this challenge.
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