So I asked around, "why?" Well, I vaguely remember being told that they had tried a physical board on a project perhaps once or twice. But it never took. So I changed that by showing the office the power of the board. A great board with tons of information that is well-maintained is irresistible. So check out how many physical boards are in the office after 8 months or so...
A personal schedule/Kanban board.
A department-specific board for UX.
A department-specific board for QA. Note how the lanes migrate right over onto the window.
Another QA-specific board.
The device lab board.
A Kanban board for a conference we are spinning up.
A personal board used for mentoring/teaching.
A personal Kanban board in the lower right and a project rolling board.
A simple Kanban board for an Agile Mastery Class I am leading.
A board for Marketing. Marketing.
The board that started it all. We had to move it so it was reset a few weeks ago.
Another internal project board.
My work here is done.
Well, not really...