Achieve more effective management and collaboration when you know what's going on
The principle of “Visualizing Work” will come to no surprise to anyone familiar with Kanban. That said, there’s more to effective work visualization than a 3-column board showing “To Do/In Progress/Done” columns. Visualizing work items is only the first step.
This session will explore approaches for visualizing aspects of work that are otherwise invisible, such as commitments, process, rules and, of course, work items, and using them to enable more effective management and collaboration. Its essential premise is that our tracking boards are effectively speaking to us with information about what’s going on, therefore the way we design our boards makes the difference between a garbled signal and a clear whisper.
People attending the session can expect to walk out with a list of “stand back and observe” pragmatic tips to help them design their boards more effectively, and “tune their ears” to what the board is telling them.
Fernando Cuenca, KCP