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Kanban Rules: Balance Between Productiveness and Burnout

By: Get News
With the “new normal” of work bringing new stressors to nearly every domain of life – from longer work hours to heightened demands at home, here’s how to be effective at work and avoid burnout.

Although professionals should entirely control it, personal productivity can be one of the most demanding professional challenges they face. 

Whether it’s finishing some tasks or obtaining personal goals that go beyond just putting the regular shift in, personal productivity impacts how professionals feel about themselves and how other stakeholders (i.e., their boss, customers, co-workers) view their professional progression.

In the case of occupational burnout, it has become a regular event in the lives of employees, especially considering today’s ever-increasing demands. Many of them aren’t even mindful of how close they might be to burning out, or – worse still – they might have been in this condition for quite some time.

Burnouts can bring some serious damage to both employees and their companies in general. While there is no “universal panacea” that would assure a remedy for ‘burnout,’ an impressive tried-and-tested approach that assists in its avoidance is brought to the fore.

Kanban, a method for lean management, leads the charge in changing some of the management practices and supports workers in avoiding burnout. 

Teamhood, a hyper-visual project and team management solution, brings some insight into the 20 best Kanban board software, complete with all the pros and cons about each one on its website. 

Asana, for example, is a visual task management tool that helps teams collaborate on projects. To better visualize project tasks, Asana offers an option to create a basic Kanban rules board and track task movements there. Teams can make the Asana task board using columns. However, no extra features and Kanban tips are available. Teams will not be able to add in WIP limits or track lead and cycle time.

Trello, on the other hand, is a well-known task management solution that utilizes a basic Kanban board to visualize work items. Here, teams can track simple procedures and visualize tasks based on the phase they are in. Trello Kanban board is built using one item wide columns where all the tasks are visualized one under another. Users can add in task descriptions and due dates and make checklists for each item.

While it is easy to use and lightweight and is excellent for Personal Kanban, it lacks project management features and would not be helpful for larger teams.

Teamhood, meantime, is an industry game-changer because it helps optimize processes no matter the industry or size of the company. While Teamhood users do not necessarily have to utilize the framework, the tool is created with a Kanban board in mind. Therefore, teams can enjoy different Kanban features such as task prioritization, Kanban principles, metrics, reports, and a fully customizable task board that fits any process. 

Teamhood Kanban boards are built to visualize complexity. It delivers a design that enables fitting more actionable information on one display than any other device on the market. 

Professionals looking to ensure that they are not working with a bunch of potential burnouts may check out the Teamhood website page to learn how to be effective at work while avoiding burnout.

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