What is lead time?

Lead time is a widely used concept. We can see companies using lead time in manufacturing, supply chain management as well as project and product management. Let’s dive deeper into the lead time meaning in Kanban. Lead time in Kanban is the time you need to deliver...

Introducing Kanban to a team or organization

Starting something new is never an easy task. You know you may face resistance. Besides, there is so much information on the Internet, but what are the actions to take? If you are thinking about getting started with Kanban, keep reading. Our expert advices will help...

Five Agile and Kanban Trends of 2021

As the year draws to a close it’s time to summarize its trends and findings. We have analyzed several reliable sources of information, reports, and articles to share with you our Five Agile and Kanban Trends of the outgoing year. 1. More digital transformations and...

TOP 5 Kanban Books for beginners

Getting started with Kanban? Explore our list of recommended Kanban books for beginners by Anna Radzikowska, Accredited Kanban Trainer, Certified Kanban Coach.Talking about Kanban books for beginners, we always recommend start exploring it from free sources...

5 Steps to Start Learning Kanban

 Perhaps you have heard about Kanban, or you are already familiar with it and yet you have not begun to fully apply it. You want to start learning Kanban, but the Internet is full of different controversial materials, and you don't know which ones to believe? Then...

5 Facts You Need to Know about Kanban

Kanban is one of the most popular agile methods that help thousands of peoples and companies to manage their daily job. We've gathered some interesting Kanban facts that you would like to know about.    1. What does “Kanban” mean? A Kanban System consists of a...

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