Tag Archives: Personal Kanban

Using Personal Kanban in Role Transitions

I’ve been through my fair share of role transitions in the last three years. It all started when I decided it was time to move on from the software company where I’d been working for just over eight years. The … Continue reading

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Report Backs: A New Scrumfamily Series

I’ve written about many of our family’s Personal Kanban and Kidzban experiments since starting this blog. Recently, one of my loyal blog readers asked if I could provide a starting place for new readers. In response, I created the Getting … Continue reading

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(Personal) Kanban in a Nutshell

Kanban is an agile software development methodology that does not time box work to be done, and has very few “rules”. In fact, there are only two: Visualizing your workflow Limiting your work in progress Anything else beyond this really, … Continue reading

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