Yesterday, in HOWTO: Trello Kanban I showed how to use Trello for a Kanban-style workflow. It’s already proved to be one of the most popular posts I’ve written this year, and was picked up by the Trello team!
To me, the logical next step is to issue an Open Badge for getting started with a Trello-based Kanban system. That’s why I’ve created the Kanban 101 badge.
It’s deliberately low-bar. All you have to do is:
- Set up a Trello account
- Create a new board with (at least) three lists: To do, Doing, and Done
- Add cards for new actions
- Share a screenshot or link to their board being used in practice
If you get stuck, you can always watch the screencast I recorded yesterday!
Not received an Open Badge before? There’s more about the Open Badges Infrastructure (OBI) here. Once you’ve earned the Kanban 101 badge you’ll be given the option to ‘push’ it to the Mozilla backpack:
I’m using p2pu.org to issue badges as they’ve got a really nice traffic light-based flow for reviewing evidence.
(note that this is in no way affiliated with Trello, I’m just a fan!)