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5 Kanban Strategies That Help IT Teams Beat the Deadlines

Written by: Sreeram Sreenivasan   IT operations are constantly interrupted by unexpected issues that need immediate attention. This can keep your team from meeting deadlines for their planned project work. It can lead to mounting technical debt which only adds more pressure. Eventually, it creates an environment that is not conducive to retain talented employees. In …

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Eylean Features

2017 in review – Eylean Board User Stats

Another year of project management has rolled by and that means it is time to review your stats!  Take a 5 minute break and check out how much have your project management habits changed since 2016 Stats. Country of Origin As you will notice right from the start, most of the top charts have remained …

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Agile

Agile At Scale – Moving Your Organization Forward

As Agile becomes more and more popular across companies and industries, there are bound to be some changes to the way it is done. It has long left the realm of software development teams and has since been applied to various fields such as marketing, finance, sales, you name it. However, as the popularity grew, one …

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Eylean Board 2.1 is Live!

The team behind Eylean Board is always striving to bring you the best possible experience when using our tools. Therefore, I am happy to announce that Eylean Board version 2.1 is now live. Go ahead and update today! While the outside does not show it all, we have indeed upgraded the inner workings. As always …

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Agile

5 Agile Boards To Get Your Creativity Flowing

We all know and love Agile boards. Whether they are a simple three column progress indicator or a complex design representing our whole process, there is no doubt how much easier they make our projects. However, when starting out or wanting to innovate the form of the board can also seem constricting. That’s why this …

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Agile

5 Types Of Agile Users In Your Team

When introducing any sort of an organizational change, it is normal to face fear, distrust and even anger. Agile is no different and we tend to have specific reactions to hearing the news of it coming into our processes. In fact, the reactions are so specific, they can actually be named. Thus this week i …

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Agile

4 Signs Agile Is Not For You

Today project management community is buzzing about Agile. Since its move from small developer groups into the large corporate field, everyone seems to want a piece. And really I am not one to blame them. Agile has proved to improve productivity, make processes more efficient and have an outcome that is more likely to be …

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