Project management shouldn’t be filled with questions like:

“What’s the status of the project?

“Has the eagle landed?”

“Can I get a visual?”

After all, project managers and teams are there to manage projects, not covert missions!

You need things to be as clear and transparent as possible. This way, nobody’s going to be kept out-of-the-loop.

And one of the easiest ways to increase project transparency and improve workflow efficiency is by using the kanban framework

In this article, we’ll cover what a kanban board is and highlight 20 excellent kanban board examples that you can use as inspiration for your own projects.