10 challenges that Kanban Tool solves13 Jun 2014

10 challenges that Kanban Tool solves
  1. Lack of organization

    Perhaps the most common problem most of us are facing. Visual approach to organization will allow you to stay on top of your tasks. Keep all your work data in one place including attachments and archives.
  2. Missed deadlines

    Deadline information visible at a glance will never let you forget about important due dates. Prioritetize tasks and track how many days are left on each task from the board view.
  3. Communication slip-ups

    Assign tasks and communicate the objectives with your team. Proper communication is crucial to ensure quality delivery. Spot problems early to avoid wasting time.
  4. Overwhelmed with information

    Concentrate on important tasks. Mark your items and view only the data you want to see. Filter your boards and display only needed stages and swimlanes.
  5. Status information

    See where you are at by looking at the board and evaluating cumulative flow diagram. CFD will allow you to estimate time until completion, performance and possible bottlenecks.
  6. Inconsistency

    Enforce work flow processes to ensure that team completes tasks in line with your policies. This way all work will be addressed properly.
  7. Not agile

    You will experience the real power of visual approach once you implement Kanban, Scrum or Agile methods and use WIP limits, Lead & Cycle Time estimations and Cumulative Flow Diagrams.
  8. Limited access

    Online platform will allow you to access your work flow from anywhere on any device. Do you have access only to your email? That's more than enough as you may add tasks via email as well.
  9. Rigid layout

    Need flexibility in creating your ideal work flow? You will be able to tailor your boards to your liking and organize work into swimlanes. Modify your cards to display only the information you want to see.
  10. Productivity

    Keep track of your activities by seamlessly tracking time and generating time reports. Check metrics and evaluate the performance to introduce adjustments.