THE EVILS OF
MULTI-TASKING
And how personal Kanban can help you
Multi-tasking Exercise – Part I
Time yourself
Multi-tasking Exercise – Part II
Time yourself
Surprised with the Results?
Organizational multi-tasking
“… to maximize utilization and
deliver as many projects as
possible, people are on
between 3 ...
Achievement not activity
Only the owner can add tasks
Categorize your work
Timeboxing
Direct People to the Board
Collaborate
Continuous Improvement
Dangers of Personal Kanban
Build one yourself
Free Online Kanban Boards
•KanbanFlow
•https://kanbanflow.com
•LeanKit (also available on iOS/Android)
•http://leankit.com/
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Multi tasking

  1. 1. THE EVILS OF MULTI-TASKING And how personal Kanban can help you
  2. 2. Multi-tasking Exercise – Part I
  3. 3. Time yourself
  4. 4. Multi-tasking Exercise – Part II
  5. 5. Time yourself
  6. 6. Surprised with the Results?
  7. 7. Organizational multi-tasking “… to maximize utilization and deliver as many projects as possible, people are on between 3 to 5 projects at the same time …”
  8. 8. Achievement not activity
  9. 9. Only the owner can add tasks
  10. 10. Categorize your work
  11. 11. Timeboxing
  12. 12. Direct People to the Board
  13. 13. Collaborate
  14. 14. Continuous Improvement
  15. 15. Dangers of Personal Kanban
  16. 16. Build one yourself
  17. 17. Free Online Kanban Boards •KanbanFlow •https://kanbanflow.com •LeanKit (also available on iOS/Android) •http://leankit.com/
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