“My name is Lorraine,” and I was welcomed with a lovely conference badge after registering in at the booth set up at National Design Centre. I took a card promising a free digital copy of the famous “Polar Bear Book”, Information Architecture for the World Wide Web by Peter Morville, dropped the lucky pick portion of my raffle ticket in the glass bowl and got myself a warm cup of latte by the barista at Jimmy Monkey. And I thought to myself, “hmm, seems like a great decision so far to come for this event!”
Is Kanban foolproof?
What happens when things start to go astray? When the adoption starts to show signs of failure?
Do you know Titansoft is made up of Titaners from across 10 different countries all over the world?
Today, over 40 Titaners from the Development departments gathered together for an early SG50 celebration. Just like the multi-cultural, multi-religious city we call home, Titansoft’s diverse workforce of all races and nationalities come together as one, building friendships across borders. We can’t wait for the Jubilee Weekend (7-10 Aug) to come already! If you are still out of ideas for creative ways to spend the weekend, check out SG50’s event calendar!
Do you find yourself or your team members stuck on the same task for days, blocked but don’t know how to move on? Helpless but don’t know how you can make things move?
Or do you spend just too much time each day, always interrupted by your supervisor or other team members, wanting to know the status of an item or simply checking up to make sure you are working hard to complete an item on time?
If you’ve ever worked in a team under a supervisor, I’m sure we’ve all once faced the same problems. And maybe, Kanban may just be the answer to how you can work out these problems and improve your team’s performance.
Are you just walking past something new? Every day at work, each of us walk along the corridor for a number of times, but do you feel something different? Is that “something new” saying “something” to you? Continue reading “Demystifying the Wall of Art”