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  • 4 Things You Can Do to Improve Productivity in the Workplace
    No matter if you are a project manager or a startup founder, at some point, we are all struggling with productivity in the workplace. We all have to find different ways to collaborate with colleagues and without a doubt, this may prove to be a serious challenge. Managing a team is a hard enough task, […]
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  • 5 Reasons You May Fail with Kanban Implementation
    Imagine that you have the fastest car in Formula 1. However, you decide to put one of your engineers behind the wheel and tell him to win the race. What are the odds? After all, he will drive the best racing car. Nevertheless, we all know that chances for a triumph аre close to zero. […]
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  • 5 Ways to Get Started With Continuous Improvement
    Continuous improvement is a widely discussed topic, especially in the Lean and Agile communities. You can find plenty of articles that cover how continuous improvement can benefit your business, however, most of the information covers the theory with very little practical advice on how to actually start implementing it in your daily office life. As […]
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  • What Is Lean Marketing?
    Marketing is transforming. It’s becoming more and more important, more tech oriented, unfolds in more and more fields and is more integrated than ever with other departments. Work in marketing is so diverse (pretty much why we love it) and dynamic, it depends on external parties – agencies, partners, consultants – that it is almost […]
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  • The Rise of Kanban in a Scrum World
    Until a few years ago, Scrum was considered the most efficient way of software development, but the method has started losing popularity, especially in its pure form (without elements taken from other methods, such as Kanban). As the world of software continuously evolves, it is becoming clear that the engineers of today need something different. […]
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  • Turning Data into Value
    You’ve probably heard the popular term “business intelligence” get thrown around at will in the board meetings or conference calls of the C-suite of various industries? At its core, collecting business intelligence is the technology-driven process of data mining, processing, and analyzing with the goal of delivering actionable findings for better decision-making. The results of […]
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  • The Power of an Online Kanban Board
    Japan brought us sushi, anime, Nintendo, karaoke and a way of being more efficient in our work. The philosophy of Lean and the Kanban method with which it can be implemented is one of the most notable Japanese contributions to the manufacturing and, as of this decade, knowledge work. The physical Kanban board that was […]
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  • Optimizing Efficiency? Forget Multitasking!
    The reality of modern business requires companies to be not just effective but also efficient in everything they undertake. Reaching optimal efficiency in any process is difficult, and among the main reasons for this is the habit of multitasking. Understanding why it drags down productivity and finding a way to get rid of multitasking altogether […]
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  • Upgrade your Physical Kanban Board by Taking it Online
    As the word about Kanban spreads throughout the IT sector and beyond, the number of managers who are considering putting the method in action within their teams increases by the day. Those who decide to give it a try have two options to choose from for their implementation – a physical Kanban board or a […]
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  • Implementing Shared Leadership with Kanban
    In the past, companies have traditionally relied on authoritarian structures to delegate responsibility down the organizational hierarchy. However, leadership models are becoming flatter in nature as the continuous nature of business development requires organizations to adopt new ways of advancing ahead of their competitors. Hierarchical leadership is usually consensus-driven and structured by ex...
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  • The Soft Spot Between Personal & Process Efficiency
    “Efficiency is the ability to avoid wasting resources, efforts, and time in doing something or in producing a desired result… The highest type of efficiency is that which can utilize existing material to the best advantage.” – Jawaharlal Nehru, Former Prime Minister of India The key to keeping the pace and competitive advantage in an […]
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  • GUEST POST: Debunking the Biggest Myths About Kanban
    I am writing a book about Kanban and agile transformations. Just a few weeks ago, someone said to me: “But how can you write a whole book about Kanban?” During the past years, I have been coaching quite a few agile transformations, often implementing Kanban. More than once, people have asked me: “Why Kanban? Are […]
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  • Kanban Makes Slack Great Again
    Without a doubt, Slack is one of these apps that turned into a favorite tool of many companies worldwide. In the first year after its launch, the number of Slack’s daily users has surpassed 500 000 and more than 60 000 teams are using it worldwide. Why? Because Slack brings agility to many teams and […]
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  • Lean Business and the Value of Flow – Part 2
    Stop Starting As more and more work is pushed into the system, the amount of multitasking increases exponentially. Any work that is started is put aside in order to serve some other urgent request; then that work is resumed; then it is put aside again; then resumed; and so on, and so forth. The pattern repeats […]
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  • How To Manage User Provisioning with SAML Integration
    In version 5.7 of Kanbanize, we introduced SAML 2.0 Single Sign-On integration. This is a great way for companies to centralize user management. However, this raises a sensible question – what happens with user provisioning in Kanbanize when you integrate the platform with your Identity Provider? SAML integration effectively outsources part of the user provisioning […]
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  • How to set up a SAML Single-on with Okta
    So far we have covered the general steps needed to set up a SAML integration between Kanbanize and an Identity Provider (IdP). We also have a step-by-step tutorial for users of Azure AD and a guide for clients of OneLogin. The next paragraphs will demonstrate how you can set up an integration between Kanbanize and Okta: […]
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  • SAML Single Sign-on with Azure Active Directory
    Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is a technology that can help you leave all problems connected to remembering passwords in the past and log in all of your digital tools with a single sign-on. In order to do so, you need to configure SAML 2.0 Identity Provider. In a previous post, we described the general steps […]
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  • Configure SAML Single Sign-on with OneLogin
    Remembering passwords can prove to be a difficult task when you are using a large number of tools that require you to sign-in every time. Thankfully, with the help of the SAML technology, you can minimize the time you spend on trying to recover your password in Kanbanize. In a previous post, we described the […]
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  • GitLab to Kanbanize Integration
    Dear Kanbanizers, We have just released our GitLab integration. Below are some details about the integration itself. Abilities: 1. Track commits as comments in a corresponding Kanban card. (Only commit and push events are tracked.) 2. Track GitLab project issues as cards in a Kanbanize board The integration is in one direction only – from […]
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  • 7 Questions Before You Switch: Scrum vs Kanban
    Are you considering the move from Scrum to Kanban? Then you are among the growing number of teams looking for work clarity and productivity. To get there, you would want to answer 7 specific questions first. If you are still trying to understand the differences between the methods, check out our Scrum vs Kanban comparison […]
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  • How To Measure the Flow Efficiency of a Process on a Kanban Board
    What is flow efficiency? What do you need to account for when calculating it? What is the average efficiency of teams across the globe? How can you measure it on a Kanban board with precision? What you are about to read will answer all of these questions and more, so that you can find out […]
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  • Lean Business and the Value of Flow
    Decision Making through Explicit Mental Models In today’s information overloaded world, we all need to make numerous decisions in the course of our day. Speed of decision making is often a critical element. One shortcut we take, whether it happens deliberately or not, is the usage of Mental Models. (See P. Senge’s “The Fifth Discipline”). […]
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  • Cumulative Flow Diagram for Maximum Process Stability
    Although the cumulative flow diagram can be a powerful tool in the hands of every project manager, many fail to recognize the full value of the chart because of the complex explanations that usually go hand in hand with it. Essentially, the chart offers a concise, coherent visualization of the three metrics of flow – […]
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  • Configuring SAML Single Sign-On in Kanbanize
    To stay on top of their game, modern companies use a variety of software tools (like Kanbanize!) to help them work better and more efficiently. However, as the number of tools increases, so do the passwords every user has to remember as well as the load on system administrators and IT have to support. A […]

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