Category Archives: Featured

Methoden für Lean Change: Lean Coffee

Lean Change verwendet Lean Coffee als Experiment, um heraus zu finden, wer sich für eine Veränderung interessiert und diese ggf. unterstützt. Der Change Agent lädt zum Lean Coffee ein und unterstützt dieses als Koordinator. Meist verselbständigt sich das Format und … Continue reading

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Personal Kanban & Some Goodies About Your Brain

Sharing some thoughts around my weekly homework from my neuroscience studies Knowledge work is all about attention. Unfortunately that is a scarce resource, easily high jacked by any distraction. Multitasking, i.e. using focused attention on two different targets basically does … Continue reading

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From Daunting to Done: Completing a Dissertation with Personal Kanban

I have never completed anything to date that was more complex, daunting, or onerous than completing my dissertation. From the first day of my doctoral program, I knew that the only way I could complete this monumental task was to … Continue reading

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Kanban Seder

Last week my wife and I hosted a Passover Seder. We have entertained together a number of times, but this was the first real attempt at a coordinated, sit-down meal. Most of our gatherings have been buffets, and less dependent … Continue reading

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Sharing Your Story

Everywhere we look we’re discovering people around the world – from all ages and all walks of life –  are tailoring their Personal Kanbans to some very specific needs, and in some very unique ways. Are you one of those … Continue reading

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Killing Email Interruptions: Personal Kanban using LeanKit, Gmail, and Zapier

Quick intro from Jim Benson: We’ve asked Chris Hefley from Leankit to write a series of posts showing how to integrate tools many of us use everyday with our Personal Kanban. These are fairly technical posts, but also very powerful … Continue reading

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Limiting Holiday WIP with Personal Kanban

I’m asked on a regular basis how Agile or Lean practices can be applied during the holidays. Let’s face it, we have a limited amount of time and todo lists as long as our arms. Truth be told, people have … Continue reading

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Kidzban Around the Web #3

Around the web people are sharing their experiences with Kidzban.  This is the third post in the series – Kidzban Around the Web. Maritza van den Heuvel writes from her Becoming an Agile Family Blog. She has written many posts on … Continue reading

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Personal Kanban at NYC’s Agile Learning Center

The Agile Learning Center at Manhattan Free School is designed to put young people in the driver’s seat of their learning and living – giving them the same opportunity and responsibility that we have as adults – to create their … Continue reading

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Kidzban Around the Web #2

Around the web people are sharing their experiences with Kidzban.  This is the second post in the series – Kidzban Around the Web. Joseph Flahiff introduced Kanban to his daughters on a Saturday morning when they had guests arriving at 2pm, … Continue reading

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