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The Kanban paradigm of project management is getting more and more popular, and this book aims to bring people ahead of the curve and understand a concept that very soon may take over the industry. 

People entering the professional industry are always bombarded with confusing words that are hard to get their minds around, but it’s important to know those terms to survive and thrive in the corporate world. 

In this book, you’ll discover.... 

  • Simple and easy-to-understand terminology that steers clear of jargon, so you won’t struggle to understand the fundamental concepts, and you’ll be able to apply them instantly. 
  • A simple, detail-oriented layout. Even individuals without a background in project management will be able to understand it and learn from it. 
  • A step-by-step approach. The topics are divided into segments, and each latter segment is built upon the concept learned in the previous one to provide cohesion to the learning process. 
  • Real-life test cases and examples that will be helpful once you start applying Kanban in your office or workspace. 

Topics include: 

  • Kanban principles and practices 
  • Tools for efficient Kanban processes 
  • Implementing and transitioning to Kanban 
  • Combining Kanban with other methodologies 
  • The future of Kanban and much more! 

By the time you complete this book, you will be set to be a Kanban project manager or work in a Kanban working environment. This book will also open other dimensions of study and introspection that you can further enhance your knowledge and expertise on the subject of Kanban and of project management methodologies. Grab your copy of this step-by step guide to get started today!

©2021 Andy Vickler (P)2021 Andy Vickler

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2021-06-16

Exhaustive, exhausting, essential.

This book lays out a straightforward and logical plan for practical project management. It is useful for any industry and any size business. This is a great compliment to a PMP certification but requires no prior training. Managers of all kinds will benefit from the leadership aspects and organizing principles needed in everyday business.

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  • Dua Fatima
  • 2021-06-16

This is a great book to pick up

This is a great book to pick up when you need a few fresh ideas to motivate your employees and yourself or when you are stuck with a project or team. With this book, you are sure to stay on schedule and budget while keeping all your sanity, humor, and health. A must-listen for Project management Professionals.

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  • Jan mank
  • 2021-06-16

Something for Everyone

This is a great guide for project managers who use the critical path method for planning and executing projects. It provides the steps, templates, and reasoning behind many important project management practices.

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  • Jan baaz
  • 2021-06-16

I recommend this book

This book provides a great tactical example of how to execute PMI and Agile Project Management methodologies. It fills in a lot of the "gaps" that remain after studying the PMBOK and preparing for PMI certification.

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  • jan Asheen
  • 2021-06-16

This book has changed my life.

This book has changed my life. Period. You will learn how to stay on top of the triple constraints, how to address your clients, and how to communicate better. You will learn how to think the perfect management thought and then still stay close to the grounds of reality.

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  • nida noir
  • 2021-06-16

Pragmatic, real-world experience in implementing

There is so much comprehensive information in an organized layout, that you could actually use this as a reference book when done. The humorous anecdotes and repetitive delivery method help you remember key points. I highly recommend this for anyone wanting to hit the ground running" with Project Management!

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  • MARK NON
  • 2021-06-16

Very concise! Highly recommend

Project Management is a challenging and often ambiguous world, and I know sometimes I get lost and feel the need for a "map". Given that it's been several years since I first came across this guide,

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  • Benjamin Benjamin
  • 2021-06-16

Great Kanban book

This book has helpful advice about all of that and more from someone who is obviously still working in the business and is coming at it from a practical point of view.

This book has planning templates, sample emails, communication matrices, situational examples,

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  • koonjay mycl
  • 2021-06-16

Fantastic Reference

This book provides an excellent recipe for success in project management. Unlike most project management guides, this book minimizes the theoretical side of project management and provides practical insights that will help you achieve success.

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  • Afridi
  • 2021-06-16

Great for beginners into Kanban

This compilation of best practices on HOW to lead projects is a must-have. It provides THE baseline to determine the risks you might encounter if your Project Owner doesn't want to use these best practices or directs that some things be done another way.