Paul Saunders reviews how to apply the “Kanban” tool to managing legal projects in Canadian Lawyer article
This piece, which serves as part one of a three-part series, explains Kanban as a, “highly flexible tool for planning and scheduling tasks that visualizes team work to create transparency, accountability and collaboration.” By placing Post-it notes on a white board with the columns ‘to do’, ‘doing’ and ‘done’, this method allows team members to visualize tasks and maximize workflow.
Portions of this article will be featured in Legal Project Management: A Quick Reference Guide, to be published Fall 2016.
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