Is your team often left with a long list of unfinished tasks at the end of the day? Do you suspect the team's performance isn't reaching its full potential? Perhaps multitasking is the norm, or your workflow regularly comes to a standstill. There's a solution – introducing Work In Progress (WIP) limits.
Through limiting the number of tasks in progress, you can help your team maintain a steady work pace, complete existing tasks before starting new ones, and ensure that no one is overwhelmed with an increasing to-do list. Read on to discover how WIP limits can help establish and sustain an efficient workflow.