*Disclaimer* The visuals used in this guide is only for tutorial purpose. The actual interface of the Kanban Project would be different. The purpose of using this simple interface for the tutorial is to enable a better understanding of the features. Let’s start with the kanban board at a glance.
We are familiar with Kanban as a work visualization tool that was introduced by Taichi Ohno in the Toyota production system. Since then, Kanban has traveled a long way from the car manufacturing sector to the software industry. But, we have a misconception that the use of kanban is restricted
The year is 2020 and Work from home is the new norm. In a time where the world has been hit by a pandemic, how do companies ensure that the productivity of their employees is not hampered? The answer comes in the form of Project management tools also another name
Many use the terms Scrum and Kanban interchangeably (and incorrectly). Although Kaban and Scrum can go hand in hand, there exists significant differences between the two. Let’s have a look at what makes these two methodologies different in this Kanban vs Scrum post. How do they differ? Roles and responsibilities–
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