Japanese for “visual signal” or “visual card,” the Kanban project management methodology was developed on factory floors to easily track the progress of work visually. Since then, Kanban has been adopted by software development teams to build digital products of all kinds.
Kanban project management represents individual tasks as cards that are moved along a board divided into the different stages of production. This puts the focus on a continuous flow of a small number of tasks, preventing teams from over-committing or getting distracted by lesser priorities.
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