Kanban has been around for over 50 years but we are starting to see it used more frequently to manage work. This is work not just in day-to-day operations but project life cycles and personal lives as well. Kanban is a method that offers a visual look at the work that needs to be done and at the same time prevents overloading of team members. It also offers a transparent way to see opportunities for improvement, identify bottlenecks, and remove waste in a process/project. In this presentation, we will show you the Kanban method, the different ways it can be used, and the tools (both online and physical) to manage Kanban boards.