Building Your First Personal Kanban
by Jim Benson
Getting started with Personal Kanban? Jim Benson, perceived as the "father" of Personal Kanban, wrote a blog post about creating your first Kanban board for personal purposes. The basic Kanban board (or basic value stream) consists of three columns: Backlog, Doing and Done but if it is not enough for you, from this post you will learn how to establish the value stream that maps your process better on Kanban. Next step is to define and establish your backlog with all the work that needs to be done and your WIP limits. The Work in Progress limit is the amount of work that you can handle at one time. WIP limits are often underestimated but they make you much more focused and effective. But the most important thing is just to start working, monitoring and improving the whole process.
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