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KanBan Task Board for MS Outlook

Stop Starting … Start Finishing – Get things done!

How much does unproductivity cost? Even the most productive workers waste 12 percent of their time at work each day.

A proven Kanban Taskboard solution to visualize your tasks and sub-tasks – to be more productive!

Auscomp KanBan automatically displays all your MS Outlook Tasks in a clear, simple, visual task board. Best of all you can use Outlook’s inbuilt task management to assign and share tasks with people you work with.

Simply drag and drop each of the task “cards” into the column required for each stage right through to completion.

Auscomp KanBan enables you to “Stop Starting and Start Finishing” all those jobs, processes, tasks and goals either you, your boss or your team have allocated.

Auscomp KanBan will help make your life easier and more rewarding by giving you a much simpler way of managing – and therefore, achieving – all your tasks, goals, jobs and projects.

Sub-Tasks / Tick-Lists

To make things even easier, right next to your selected task is a tick list to help you break things up into manageable pieces, stages or steps.

It’s often overwhelming to see what appears to be an enormous task ahead … so the tick list helps separate it all down into “Can Do” chunks.

Use as many or as few as you feel are necessary – or create them on the fly but they are right there next to you as you start to plough through your tasks … and start finishing them.

Works with the following MS Outlook versions

MS Outlook 2010, 2013 & 2016 Desktop

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Kanban (看板)

(literally signboard or billboard in Japanese) is a scheduling system for lean manufacturing and just-in-time manufacturing (JIT).

Kanban is an inventory-control system to control the supply chain. Taiichi Ohno, an industrial engineer at Toyota, developed kanban to improve manufacturing efficiency. Kanban is one method to achieve JIT.

Kanban became an effective tool to support running a production system as a whole, and an excellent way to promote improvement. Problem areas are highlighted by reducing the number of kanban in circulation.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanban