Eylean Features

Eylean Board – Running Kanban Projects

Running projects can be a bit of a headache. That’s why having not only the knowledge and experience, but also the right project management tools has become very important.This is the case for many management methods and Kanban is no exception. While there are many Kanban solutions on the market, this blog represents a specific …

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Guest Posts

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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Agile

Vulcanizing Kanban

Finding out about and covering various Kanban approaches is always very interesting – we want to stay on top of innovation that you are creating in the market. So when a creator of the Arrow Kanban board, Tomas Rybing, reached out to us with his new invention, we were both eager and excited to check …

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Agile

Top 5 Most Innovative Kanban Boards

A few weeks ago we gathered up the top 5 most interesting scrum boards, unveiling the creativity and innovation in scrum. This time we decided to take another popular agile method – Kanban and see how the teams behind this approach have modified and improved their boards to make them more productive or even more …

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Agile

The Arrow that will change Kanban

We all know about the basic kanban board, the three columns and the WIPs, however, when you have been using kanban for a while, this is usually not enough anymore. At this point most of the teams chose to innovate themselves or start looking for the innovation elsewhere. However, with such little information available, they …

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Eylean Features

Moving your Kanban projects into Eylean

This week, we continue with the Eylean how-to series by taking a closer look into how your Kanban projects should be created or moved into Eylean. Starting with a new software or a new way of managing your daily tasks can be overwhelming sometimes, therefore we will give you some pointers to make the transition …

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