The simplicity of Kanban is both a good and not a really good thing. It’s a good thing because it’s easy to get started with Kanban without any special preparation. It’s not such a good thing because there’s a lot more to Kanban that it might seem at the first glance, so the initial enthusiasm quickly fades away. If you really want to know the real benefits of Kanban, keep reading.
For decades, the ultimate measure of the project success was the magic triple constraint: time, cost and scope. Project managers used to apply a consistent and repeatable methodology and compliance to achieve on-time and on-budget project delivery.
It’s great when you find like-minded people with the same enthusiasm to promote the same attitudes and values. That is why we are extremely delighted to work with agile42.