Planview Webinar to Show Teams How to Use Kanban for Project Management – From Basics to Metrics
The increasingly popular Kanban board is a visual and interactive project management tool that enables teams to self-organize and manage tasks
AUSTIN, Texas – September 30, 2015
Organizations that are adopting lean and agile practices are increasingly turning to more visual tools such as Kanban for project management and collaboration. During a webinar, “Project Management with Kanban: From Basics to Metrics,” on Oct. 7 at 10:00 a.m. CDT, Planview® segment manager Jason Morio will advise both beginners as well as more experienced users how to use Kanban in a team environment to improve project success.
A Kanban board is a digital board where Post-it® style notes can be placed in different columns to represent workflows of projects. Kanban boards provide a highly visual and interactive way for project teams to self-organize and manage tasks. During this webinar, attendees will receive an overview of Kanban and its benefits, and also learn how to:
- Get started with managing projects in Kanban
- Improve flow with Kanban metrics, including cumulative flow, lead and cycle time
- Bridge between the worlds of Kanbanboards and traditional project management
Jason Morio, Segment Manager for Projectplace at Planview
At Planview, Jason helps companies large and small to overcome the challenges they face with the ever-changing nature of collaborative projects. He is responsible for product and go-to-market strategy for Projectplace, a smart project collaboration solution that brings teams together to improve collaboration and get things done. In this capacity, he works with several multi-faceted virtual teams that span between Austin, Stockholm, and Bangalore. Jason has more than 15 years of SaaS and enterprise software experience within enterprise architecture, marketing automation, and telecommunications companies. In that time he has held product marketing, product management, and CTO roles within startups and mid-size companies.
Date and Time
Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 10:00 a.m. CDT / 11:00 a.m. EDT
512-329-5670 ext. 104