If you’re looking to make your processes as efficient as possible then it might be worth to keep reading
A basic board has a three-step workflow (also called Kanban)
🔴 TO DO
🟠 IN PROGRESS
The goal of this workflow is to identify bottlenecks within an existing process, adjust them, and have your team working as quickly and efficiently throughout as possible 💪
While originating in manufacturing, Kanban is now universally applied to software management and you can use it for YOUR everyday tasks, too!
You can simply use post-its or online tools such as
to pass your “visual” cards along the different stages you establish…
Is this something you already use? If not, do you think this can be applied to your daily workflow?