Agile and Beyond: Thank you for attending the 2013 conference! Agile and Beyond 2013 - http://t.co/t7lorACnW2 71 days ago
Agile and Beyond: @ndh313 Flatland talk. #aab13 #nathanhughes @DetroitLabs http://t.co/VdY9io7EZq 75 days ago
Agile and Beyond: Agile Android with @riisllc Godfrey Nolan. http://t.co/Wsc6vPEbXp 75 days ago
Agile and Beyond: Pair coaching @angelaharms #aab2013 http://t.co/2bojqAQcbv 75 days ago
Agile and Beyond: #aab2013 http://t.co/yt7hZEGpSY 75 days ago
Agile and Beyond: Outlining with @patrickwelsh #aab2013 http://t.co/5dkEVsZD5H 75 days ago
Agile and Beyond: Myth-busting with @t_broderick #aab2013 http://t.co/0gTecgO7Th 75 days ago
Agile and Beyond: @mattbarcomb @AgileSquirrel Fly-weight Agile #aab2013 http://t.co/AgGDirexJt 75 days ago
Agile and Beyond: RT @DocOnDev: Visualize Work. The kanban board is a nice little passive aggressive reminder that you suck/rock. 75 days ago
Agile and Beyond: RT @indomitablehef: Kaizen: The _mindset_ of continuous improvement. @ourfounder #aab13 75 days ago
Kanban is extremely effective in helping teams to collaborate better and deliver faster. A physical kanban approach (plain-old sticky notes on a whiteboard) is great for co-located teams, but not everyone has that luxury and even then it has some limitations. Even the most engaged CIO can’t regularly visit hundreds of whiteboards. Your offshore team may have trouble moving stickys from 10 1/2 time zones away. And the metrics get kind of tedious to track manually. Most developers we know would rather code than count stickys.
LeanKit is designed to be just as simple to use as physical kanban. If you put it up on a touchscreen in your team area, it practically IS physical kanban. But your boards are available from anywhere, including iPhones and iPads, updated in real-time. A slew of colors, icons, and avatars take your visual signalling to the next level. And the system tracks the metrics for you, providing analytics on bottlenecks, cycle time, work distribution, process efficiency, and variability – for a single board or a whole company. It’s kanban for the Agile enterprise.