A picture is worth a thousand words

The use of visual elements for process management

An image can say more than a thousand words… do you know the Kanban boards?

The word kanban has Japanese origin and is made up of Kan, which means visual, and Ban, which means card. Kanban boards help transform tasks and intangible information into visual elements, so that we can visualize and share it in an easy and agile way.

The use of dashboards for project management has grown in popularity. It is a tool that streamlines work through visual components and can be used to manage any element that follows a process.

For example, the evolution of a contact in a business process, the progress of a project and even the management of cases and tickets from the time they are received until they are resolved.

Each “entity” is represented by a card, and each card can be organized into columns, which represent the state the task is in.

The use of this method can bring many benefits, if you want to know what they are, we invite you to read the rest of the article by clicking here.