Personal Kanban: Making your life better, one sticky note at a time.
Kanban isn’t just for work. How I reluctantly learned to use Kanban to get my personal life in order and why I’ve never been happier.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
Intro: Introduce why I’m doing this talk
Define personal Kanban
Define why “You” want to use it.
Psychology behind it and ways to make this work for you: Trello, whiteboard, book, etc…
Examples: I’ll be asking the audience to help me craft a list of “home work” that we’ll cover. Will likely include: kid chores, moving, home improvements, vacation planning, etc.
Use of color in personal Kanban.
Use of iconography in personal kanban.
WiP. How to establish a wip limit. Explain what it is and how to use it effectively
Handout personal kanban boards and help audience get their own kanban board started.
Q/A open forum for the remainder of the timebox.
Understanding why personal kanban works, even at home.
Anyone with too much stuff to do every day.
Prerequisites for Attendees
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