Using Kanban Activity Boards to Create the “Questions Wall” for Critical Questions Raised by Executive Stakeholders on Capital Construction Projects?

Executive stakeholders at organizations that are involved in delivering capital construction projects always need to get correct and timely answers to the many critical questions that they might have. Some of those questions and answers could be of interest to stakeholders other than the stakeholders who have raised the questions. Read more…

Using Kanban Activity Boards to Enable Visual Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting of Key Business Processes on Capital Construction Projects

The growing use of Kanban Activity Boards for managing ad-hoc collaboration brings the question is how to take advantage of the same principle to enable visual monitoring, evaluating, and reporting on the performance of the many business processes that require formal collaboration between the different entities involved in delivering capital Read more…

Using Kanban Activity Boards to Stop Paper Blaming Due to Lack of Coordination of Daily Activities Carried Out on Construction Sites

One of the possible uses of Kanban Activity Boards on capital construction projects is using those boards to enable day-to-day transparency of works to be done by establishing a coordination room at the Construction site. This room will use the Kanban Activity Board to showcase the different activities that need Read more…