Kanban is a project management method, based on visualization of tasks and limiting the amount of work, which
is allowed to be simultaneously processed. The way this works is by use of a board with task cards on it - either
a physical board with sticky notes, or a digital board with virtual cards.
Kanban demands that you divide work into tasks and spread them across at least three columns: to do, doing and done. Then, you're meant to apply a Work-In-Progress (WIP) limit, stating how many tasks can be in the Doing column at any time. You can apply a WIP limit per person or per project.