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Enterprise Agile Planning: 5 Trends to Watch

Enterprise Agile Planning: 5 Trends to Watch

You’ve probably heard: Agile isn’t just for software development anymore. More and more organizations are embracing Agile practices enterprise-wide as a way to increase responsiveness and deliver value faster. Executives are looking…
7 Ways to Manage Date-Driven Work in LeanKit

7 Ways to Manage Date-Driven Work in LeanKit

When an important initiative has multiple deadlines and lots of moving parts, it’s important that everyone has a clear understanding of what needs to get done, and when. Whether you’re planning work for a new product release, a system upgrade,…
10 Benefits of Lean

10 Benefits of Lean

Enjoy this excerpt from the Lean Business Report. Download the full report here. The data makes it clear that for most teams, in most organizations — Lean works. 92% of teams surveyed reported moderate to significant improvements in project…
Respect for People: Lean’s Neglected Pillar

Respect for People: Lean’s Neglected Pillar

Respect for People is one of the pillars of Lean and of our culture at LeanKit. We’re very proud of the respectful culture we’ve built together. It’s something that visitors and newcomers comment on when they talk about our company. But, as…
What is Card Size and Why Does it Matter?

What is Card Size and Why Does it Matter?

Many teams find it useful to identify and track the size — or amount of work — associated with each work item. LeanKit lets you easily assign a size value to each card,  manage your WIP based on card size, and run reports using size as a variable.…
How to Use Connections

How to Use Connections

In LeanKit, connections help you track and manage the execution of company initiatives by providing the right level of visibility to the right people. This allows you to visualize your plans at a high level and dig deeper into the implementation…
Using Kanban in the Classroom

Using Kanban in the Classroom

Introduction by LeanKit COO Jon Terry Many of you may know our next guest blogger, Patty Beidleman, from Twitter, where she’s well known in the Lean/Kanban community as @topsurf. She’s been a friend and inspiration for us at LeanKit since…