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What Is Kanban?

What is Kanban?

Kanban is a way for teams and organizations to visualize work, identify and eliminate bottlenecks and achieve dramatic operational improvements.
The Official Kanban Guide

The Official Kanban Guide

This guide is intended for people who are new to Kanban and interested in learning about the basics of the method. Our hope is that this guide provides an easy entry into the vast Kanban body of knowledge.
Get Started Kanban

Getting Started with Kanban

There is an enormous amount of resources available on the Internet and some great books that have been written up on Kanban.
Kanban Board

What is a Kanban Board?

A Kanban board is a tool used by teams that use the Kanban method for continuous improvement in their work and processes.
Scrum Vs Kanban

Scrum vs Kanban

Scrumban is an evolution of Scrum that helps you improve your Scrum processes by applying Kanban principles.
Kanban Project Management

Kanban Project Management

Most projects and business activity have a ‘flow’ or a ‘process’ (comprising steps or phases) that is used to produce the end-product or service.
Wait! Is Kanban Right For You?

Wait! Is Kanban RIGHT for you?

While Kanban is certainly “easy” to get started with, it has a lot to it that needs to be understood and adopted in a gradual manner, in order to truly benefit from it.
Kanban Metrics

Kanban Metrics

Kanban system provides organizations simple but powerful metrics that can be directly correlated to business benefits.
Portfolio Kanban

Portfolio Kanban

Whether it is IT or Business in a corporation, a consulting company, a hi-tech product company, a legal firm, a marketing/ advertising agency.
Kanban For Devops

Kanban for DevOps

To some, DevOps is a culture, to others it’s a software development methodology on its own. Here’s our take on the discussion.
Personal Kanban

Personal Kanban

Personal Kanban is a simplification of the original Kanban method . Learn how it helps to improve your productivity in everyday lives.
Who Can Use Swiftkanban?

Who can use SwiftKanban?

Whether you are a software or an IT/ Ops team, a Project Manager/ team or a business function such as HR, sales, marketing, procurement.
Swiftkanban Tool

The Best of Kanban Tools – SwiftKanban

Kanban is all about visualization and SwiftKanban does this best by providing a powerful WYSIWYG board editor that makes modelling.
Kanban Glossary

Kanban Glossary

This is the Glossary page of commonly used Kanban terms.
Why Use Swiftkanban?

Why use SwiftKanban?

SwiftKanban helps teams during the early Kanban adoption phase as well as during the phase of scaling when distributed teams need to be engaged.
Enterprise Services Planning

Enterprise Services Planning

Enterprise Services Planning

Enterprise Services Planning (ESP) is a framework of tools that leaders of 21st Century knowledge-work enterprises can apply to their strategic and capacity planning. ESP is often described as the equivalent of MRP for a professional services business.

State Of Kanban 2021

State of Kanban 2021

This guide is intended for people who are new to Kanban and interested in learning about the basics of the method. Our hope is that this guide provides an easy entry into the vast Kanban body of knowledge.
4 Steps To Revitalize Your Kanban Implementation!

4 Steps to Revitalize your Kanban Implementation!

This guide is intended for people who are new to Kanban and interested in learning about the basics of the method. Our hope is that this guide provides an easy entry into the vast Kanban body of knowledge.
What Is Kanban? Test

What is Kanban? test

Kanban is a way for teams and organizations to visualize work, identify and eliminate bottlenecks and achieve dramatic operational improvements.
Illustrated Essential Kanban Condensed

Illustrated Essential Kanban Condensed Notebook

This takes everything you’ve learned from the Kanban “Blue Book” and distills it into an easy-to-use format. It is really handy for referencing the key principles and practices of the Kanban Method, as authored by David J. Anderson.