- A team member joins or leaves
- An unexpected technical problem surfaces, like a major refactoring or bug
- The team decides to change something about its kanban, like increase a WIP limit
- Case Studies
If you’re using kanban in your environment, you probably use a cumulative-flow diagram. It’s a handy tool to track kanban metrics like cycle time and to quickly see bottlenecks. In addition to all the kanban goodness it gives you, it can also double as a timeline that you can use in your retrospectives.
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