Kanban

October 2017

Scrumban – Blending Agile, Scrum and Kanban into a methodology that works for you

By | 2017-10-12T16:03:27+00:00 October 12th, 2017|Agile, Coaching, Kanban, Productivity|

This blog was first published on Kanban Zone, but it also applies very well to Agile coaching under Torak. Since the original publication of the Agile manifesto in 2001, the most commonly used Agile methodology has been Scrum. In more recent years, Kanban which originated from Taiichi Ohno’s publications back in 1988, has also [...]

April 2016

Why Multitasking Doesn’t Work – And How Kanban Can Help

By | 2016-04-13T23:43:16+00:00 April 13th, 2016|Kanban, Productivity, Torak's Blog, Uncategorized|

Multitasking is defined as the performance of multiple tasks at one time. Experts agree that, aside from a couple exceptions (like walking while chewing gum), multitasking isn’t really possible. Research has shown that we don’t actually do things simultaneously, we just switch back and forth so rapidly we don’t realize we’re doing it. Instead of [...]

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March 2016

Supercharge Your Productivity: Combine Kanban Boards with The Pomodoro Technique

By | 2016-04-13T19:25:46+00:00 March 10th, 2016|Kanban, Productivity, Torak's Blog|

These days everyone is quick to brag about their ability to multitask. Interview two dozen candidates for an open position and you will undoubtedly hear every one of them tell you how well they multitask. This 21st-century buzzword has become a badge of honor for people both personally and professionally. It’s become a race to [...]

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