In the last episode, I showed how you can use Kanban to know who is responsible for what.

But now there is a new challenge: If everyone has 10 active tasks, are they really working on all 10 tasks at the same time?

Obviously not, but what are they really working on at the moment? 

The only way to find out is to interrupt them and ask ...which is very inefficient, to say the least.

Fortunately, there is a very simple trick you can try to solve this problem when you use Kanban.

In this video I'll show you how!

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Business Agility Coach | Abundance Thinker | Helping Mid-Market Companies Evolve by Using the Kanban Methodology - As trained Industrial Engineer with close on 25 years' experience as IT Professional and Business Executive in the mid-market IT industry, Mathias Tölken loves to share his experiences and expertise with others.