We cannot make informed decisions or create a quality product without first understanding why we are doing what we are doing. Lack of context creates waste, resulting in long work days, poor planning, and the inability to keep commitments outside the office.
Rote, universal solutions exhibit little respect for the individuality of a problem, and epitomize lazy management.
Personal Kanban evolves as our context changes, encouraging us to innovate and invent in response to the variation we encounter daily.
With its tendency to seek out patterns to process meaning, the brain becomes preoccupied with missing pieces of information. Unfinished tasks vie for our attention, causing intrusive thoughts that ultimately impede productivity and increase the opportunity for error.
Note: And increase stress