You may already use the Kanban methodology in your workplace and not even realize it. How many times have you listed the tasks to be done, and how many times have you crossed them off the list once you have completed them? The Kanban methodology is based on something similar: the creation of cards classified in some basic statuses, such as: “Pending”, “In progress” and “Finished”, although there can be more depending on your needs.
A Kanban board is a form of visual project management that allows you to manage your team’s work, through cards and columns, as development progresses. The goal of the Kanban methodology is to detect bottlenecks so that you can proactively address them, and thus move forward with the workflow.
Kanban software is perfect for agile teams that want to visualize project progress, prioritize tasks and identify bottlenecks.