There is a thin line between a sense of urgency and sense of panic, and you cross that line when the cost of delay rises above a threshold point or the confidence falls below a threshold point. What usually results is chaos or, in better words, ‘ad hoc project management’.
While such panic situations help bring the team together and get things done, they are not an example of healthy and sustainable work environment. We will take three different project situations that are quite common in IT industry and see how adoption of Kanban can help teams find a healthy rhythm:
Case 1 – A Waterfall Project
Case 2 – A Successful Startup growing into a mid-size company
Case 3 – A new Scrum Team struggling to reach a sustainable pace
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