Kanban is getting a lot of buzz these days as a project management method because, according to its fans, it can overcome problems that stymie methodologies like Scrum and Waterfall. But with its Japanese origins and Zen-like aura, Kanban is mysterious to many people. One of the most quoted sayings in Kanban is: “Stop starting and start finishing.” Sounds profound, but how do you implement that?
If you feel the need for some Kanban decoding, you’ve come to the right place. We have compiled the complete guide to Kanban for newbies including tips and wisdom from some of the foremost practitioners and teachers of Kanban.
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