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How can the efficiency be increased when managing over ten prodigy headcounts, within UAV/Aerospace industry activity, distributed over three countries by using Jira Kanban methodology?
I look forward to your solutions.
Just Jira, Hold the Kanban
Atlassian Jira started as a bug-tracking platform for software development. Increased functionality was added to the platform along the way, including project management tools. Opinions differ on how easy or difficult Jira is to set up and use: some say it works pretty much out of the box, while others disagree. In any case, many development and support teams use Jira to capture information about issues and to plan and track issue resolution.
Find Efficiency With Kanban Boards in Jira
One of the four [removed] , Kanban, pronounced kahnbahn, is a method for improving team process efficiency to ensure just-in-time delivery (JIT) of value to the customer. In [removed] , the focus is on work-in-progress (WIP). When a team isn’t spending time planning or being constrained by fixed sprints, they can offer continuous delivery of a working product to the customer. Therefore, releases can sometimes be delivered as often as every day or every hour.
The method centers on the [removed] , a highly visual tool to surface setbacks and dependencies. The board tracks all work items in columns that correspond to workflow states, such as To Do, Doing, and Done. Charts on completion time and bottlenecks provide further visual analysis power, as well.
The benefits of Kanban are rooted in the overlapping knowledge sets within a team, so no single person is responsible for one area. That way - in a development environment for example - any team member can pick and complete any task, and knowledge is shared through training and code reviews. Similar to continuous integration (where every work item is tested as it is coded), every team member can potentially code and test. Ultimately, Kanban holds the entire team is accountable for the efficient cycling of work items.
Unlike other methodologies, such as [removed] , Kanban can be implemented relatively easily, without completely disrupting existing systems. To use Kanban in Jira, you’ll need to implement it through Atlassian’s Jira Agile add-on, which supports both Scrum and Kanban boards.
I hope this heps you.