Besides Scrum, Kanban is the most popular framework when it comes to agile working. However, the method consists of much more than just the well-known Kanban board with colorful post-its on it. It provides an alternative way to agility and helps manage chaos in everyday work life by visualizing it, establishing smooth processes, and identifying blockers. What exactly is it all about?
The topic of agility is becoming more and more important with the increasing digitalization of the working world. Organizations must react quickly to complex and dynamic processes and workflows. Agile working makes it possible to respond faster to change, collaborate better, and increase the quality of results. But how does it work exactly?