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Can I use a Kanban in a project?
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How can I use a Kanban for a project? is it possible?
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If you understand what Kanban is you will have the answer. Kanban is simple to use for anything you do in your daily life.
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2 replies by Anuuar Cordova and Jess De Ocampo
Jun 29, 2017 2:09 PM
Anuuar Cordova
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Yes, I know it, but I think I can use Kanban for all the activities scheduled, similar like scrum.
Jul 10, 2017 11:36 PM
Jess De Ocampo
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I agree with Mr. Conte. To be able to use any methodology effectively and determine which is the best methodology to use, you must have a good grasp and understanding of its principles.

Kindly check the the link to the blog that would help you compare the two methodologies: scrum vs. kanban.

https://www.projectmanagement.com/articles...crum-or-Kanban-
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Yes. Kanban is a collection of practices to make your process visible and gives you signal to limit work in progress.
It shows what you are doing right now, and shows areas to improve as you learn about the system.
We have Free Online Program on Kanban which can be good starting point for knowing Kanban.

http://www.izenbridge.com/learn/course/fre...pment-projects/
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1 reply by Anuuar Cordova
Jun 29, 2017 2:11 PM
Anuuar Cordova
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Thanks for you knowledge, Im going to do the couse. Muito legal!!!
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Jun 27, 2017 11:38 AM
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If you understand what Kanban is you will have the answer. Kanban is simple to use for anything you do in your daily life.
Yes, I know it, but I think I can use Kanban for all the activities scheduled, similar like scrum.
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Jun 28, 2017 6:00 AM
Replying to Seema Sonkiya
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Yes. Kanban is a collection of practices to make your process visible and gives you signal to limit work in progress.
It shows what you are doing right now, and shows areas to improve as you learn about the system.
We have Free Online Program on Kanban which can be good starting point for knowing Kanban.

http://www.izenbridge.com/learn/course/fre...pment-projects/
Thanks for you knowledge, Im going to do the couse. Muito legal!!!
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Not only CAN you use Kanban you SHOULD use Kanban. Even if you don't get fully into Just-In-Time delivery or WIP limits there are some things that you can use.

1) Information Radiator - A kanban board will immediately make your process visible to all. You'll immediately see bottlenecks and other things you haven't seen before. (ex. If this issue is truly critical, why has it been in this step in the process for 90 days?)

2) The physical act of moving things to done! Your team will be able to quickly pivot to an agile mindset of prioritizing work and getting more done instead of getting more started.
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Jun 27, 2017 11:38 AM
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If you understand what Kanban is you will have the answer. Kanban is simple to use for anything you do in your daily life.
I agree with Mr. Conte. To be able to use any methodology effectively and determine which is the best methodology to use, you must have a good grasp and understanding of its principles.

Kindly check the the link to the blog that would help you compare the two methodologies: scrum vs. kanban.

https://www.projectmanagement.com/articles...crum-or-Kanban-
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As people have already mentioned you need to really understand every and any methodology you plan to use.

For learning Kanban I recommend that you read a good book. There are several good books on Kanban. My favourite is "Kanban in 30 days" http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9781783000906.do . (No I am not the author, and we are not family. We just happen to have very similar names.)

Kanban is really a process improvement scheme, that can be applied on top of any process you already have (be it Waterfall project, Scrum, XP or operations/business-as-usual.)

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