Kanban. Culture of cooperation and prioritization

Whatever unique and complex product is produced by a company that provides software development services, there is always something without which any project will not be started or completed. We are talking about issues of management, finance and obligations to fulfill. The deadlines are always compressed, expectations are high, you need to complete the project on time, within the agreed budget, provide the customer with a top-quality product.
The main decisions that determine the work plan and resource requirements are made at the initial stage of project development. A well-defined SOW, which scrupulously sets out the objectives of the project and the expectations of the customer, helps to increase profit and minimize costs.
Communication and negotiations are the basis of business, and the most important part of any IT project is the selection of a development team, the distribution of roles and responsibilities in it. Increases the overall responsibility of the entire team and solves optimization issues, later in the project lifecycle, the Kanban project management methodology.
The kanban technique consists of principles, practices, kanban boards and kanban cards. Kanban is a process-based management system that helps teams visualize their workflows and improve communication.
All members of the IT team perform work that is previously broken down by the importance of tasks (To Do, Doing, and Done), and then painted by columns and stripes of the Kanban board. Kanban is a flexible model in which priorities can be overestimated and changed if something changes or is detailed in the project. Using the Kanban board, you can easily see the whole process, who is working on what, what is happening in the project cycle. If the development process needs to be accelerated at this stage, then all team members focus their efforts on a certain task, if it is urgently required to solve it.
Sapsan Plus s.r.o. Not the first year uses Kanban to manage work processes. The developer completes the next stage in the project and updates the status of the task in order to quickly notify all participants in the software development process. This simplifies team interaction, removes chaos and uncertainty, makes collaboration manageable, visible and understandable.
Kanban, translated from Japanese, means "billboard," was developed by Toyota in the 1940s as a system for managing the tasks of lean and efficient production, by optimizing resources and limiting reserves.
Kanban System:
- ensures uninterrupted operation
- simple and intuitive
-relieves you from constantly monitoring what other team members are doing
- visualizes all processes
- offers multiple views for visualizing projects
- clearly clarifies the status of the task
- provides access to reports
- reminds of the timing
- Improve the performance of your team
By encouraging each team member to define, prioritize, and deliberately complete work items one at a time, Kanban helps combat the devastating effects of multitasking.
Sapsan Plus s.r.o. when creating software, it divides work processes into stages: primary control (prioritization), execution control and post-control (completed tasks). Work on Kanban methodology allows Sapsan Plus s.r.o. make quick decisions, optimize the workflow, avoid misunderstandings in the team. This helps you make better business decisions with greater accuracy.
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