Kanban is a method of production control developed over half a century ago in Japan. It combines information system, planning and control of tasks. In a nutshell, it helps to control the multitude of duties. It will work well not only in large plants. It can also be successfully used in small teams.
As we know, not from today's perspective, efficient work depends to a large extent on the order and thoughtful arrangement of individual elements. This principle applies to virtually every area.
A day should have 48 hours and a week should have 14 days - certainly such an idea has passed through the head of many entrepreneurs or employees, when a multitude of tasks seems to be uncontrollable. If we want to get out of this loop of eternally chasing deadlines, we not only have to change our attitude, but also look for more effective methods of work organization. Sentence templates may be an interesting solution.
What exactly is the Incineration Chart and why is it so important for the functioning of the Scrum team?