Looking for digital kanbans system for your company ?
When we embarked on our own Lean journey, we didn't realize how wrong we were about the "kanban" thing. Far from being a three column board with ticket going from "to do" to "doing" to "done", it's a complete system to detect problems as fast as possible.
With other powerful tools such as "red bins" or "andon", it's part of the Toyota Production System (or TPS) : a battle-tested frameword for doing business in unstable markets.
If you want to taste how kanbans work and what it can bring to your organization, you can start by reading some of our essays below or contact us for a tour of our kanbans implementation.
- Learning needs a real problem and some time on one's own
- When a CEO comes by, is luck around?
- Using two hands: a tale of physical inspiration for digital work
- Beyond OKRs, a deep dive into visualization with AramisAuto and its sensei
- The difference between a Product Manager and a Chief Engineer
- Taming the baratsuki
- Missed a kanban ? Asking why five times...
- Who's on your teaching list?
- Before using a kanban, rule 1
- On the spot training with the folding chair
- Just give me $20
- Lean, a fifty years strong strategy
- Reading books to anchor knowledge, after practice
- A Lean journey is built upon relations
- Building a problem-orientated culture
- Keeping on the kaizen spirit
- The kanban is kicking me back to reality
- Building psychological safety to make great teams
- Kanbans, where is the pressure ?
- Teaching and learning in the new normal
- Lost in Lean's translation
- How remote working forced us to review the use of our kanban cards
- Lean tools for the CEO in a hurry
- Michael Ballé's definition of Lean
- With Lean, we're always making people
- Red bins for the digital world
- Kanbans, and the art of not choosing
- Lean starts with commitment
- The Kanban must remain stone-faced