About the Visual Management Blog
Visual Management is the practice of using information visualization techniques to manage work. While the concept is not new, there is little written on the subject that is specifically focused on project management and software engineering (most visual management literature comes from traditional Lean thinking in the industrial world).
Thus, the goal of this blog is to create a space for the discussion of ideas and examples of Visual Management applied to Agile teams and Agile project management. The blog was started in February 2009 and has quickly gained notoriety as one of the best places to find good pictures and descriptions of Taskboards and Agile team work spaces (a.k.a. Obeya rooms).
About the author
Hello, I am your host, Xavier Quesada Allue. I’m an independent Coach, Trainer and Project Manager, passionate about all things Scrum, Lean and Agile. Originally from Argentina and with a Spanish background, I now live permanently in Belgium. I am a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Coach (CSC), an active agile community member and a frequent international conference speaker. Interested in hiring me? I’m generally available for short term coaching and training engagements and I am willing to travel worldwide. Please contact me for more details.