In companies aiming to last, people should count. Productivity can be improved by paying greater attention to worker’s job security, goals and need for involvement. Involvement means asking employees.
We live in the twenty-first century, and the age of industrialisation is far behind us. In that distant past, the system of working hours that we use today was established. Everything has changed since then, but not the working time.
Kanban is primarily thought of as a manufacturing concept, but the tenets of lean operations and efficiency in manufacturing still have applications throughout the pharma industry.
If you own a legal practice, you already understand how competitive your field is. It’s always been competitive, but finding ways to stand out involves more efficiency in how things operate.
Already back in Spotify’s early days, the company’s operations engineer enacted a Kanban management system to help employees be able to tackle work more proactively.
If you’ve been searching for ways to get more organized and prevent burnout in your job, you can apply Kanban through a relatively simple process. In fact, it’s so rudimentary, you’ll probably be surprised you hadn’t thought of it before.
Kanban project management originates from Japan, but it’s been widely adopted around the world as a more effective visual solution to improving work productivity. In high-stress environments, using Kanban has grown into a major management philosophy helping to hone in on what’s most important.