A Quick Guide To Kanban
Kanban is a popular workflow management framework, that will allow you to more effectively manage and improve the services that you offer. This method follows four simple principles.
To improve your services with Kanban, you need to start by mapping out your current process. This will show you where you can start to make improvements.
Limit Work In Progress
Kanban aims to move work efficiently, with minimal waste and lag. This means you will have to limit the amount of work to keep things to a manageable level. This helps you to avoid bottlenecks and other delays.
Focus On Flow
Once you have the first two Kanban principles in place in your business, your workflow can flow a lot more freely. This makes everything easier. Once you’ve got the first two ticked off, you can concentrate on anything that interrupts the flow of work, so you can find some more places to improve your processes.
Kanban involves ongoing work and improvement, the project is never truly finished. To get it right, you will need to constantly monitor and analyse your work and processes so you can continue to find ways to improve. Customer demand, resources, and the market are all always changing, so if you’re going to keep up, you need to keep on working on improving.
To learn about Kanban and see how it might be able to work for your business, whether you work in manufacturing, professional services, or just about anything else, check out the infographic below.
Infographic designed by: Kanban Principles
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