Jira Software Server for Kanban teaches you how to use JIRA Software for your continuous workflow projects including advanced board configuration and using reports to measure throughput and identify bottlenecks. This combination of video lectures and hands-on activities requires JIRA Software application access, but you don't need to be a JIRA administrator. If you have JIRA Software application access and can work in a software project, you are ready to go!
Kanban is a form of agile methodology based on continuous workflow. Compared with scrum, where you focus on short sprints and time-boxing your work, kanban it is all about moving work perpetually from To-Do, to In Progress, to Complete as capacity becomes available.
In this course, you will learn about how to manage a continuous workflow, some unique approaches to kanban board configuration, and how to use the control chart and cumulative flow diagrams to forecast work completion and identify bottlenecks in your progress.
Introduction to Kanban
Continuous Workflow with Kanban
Kanban Board Configuration
Learn some unique approaches and best practices for kanban board configuration and use.
Configuring Kanban for Releases
Kanban Board Configuration Best Practices
Two reports are typically used by Kanban teams: the cumulative flow diagram and the control chart.