Team with their WEIGANG TaskBoard for agile working.



Modular visualisation for agile Operators

Work concepts for agile project and product management are on the rise. Originally developed for software engineering, the method is also starting to be used in other industries. We took up this trend and developed the TaskBoard for the application of agile project management. In terms of specialisation and flexibility, this method-oriented planning board solution is unique thus far.

Scrum and Kanban as efficient Tools of agile Project Management

More and more industries are discovering scrum and Kanban as tools for agile project management. The similarity between both applications is a large board for the visualisation of tasks that is placed at the centre.

Scrum is part of the catalogue of methods of LEAN management. It is rather easy to apply and shows itself as an efficient approach, particularly for complex project and developmental work with multifunctional teams. Scrum is especially strong when no or only vague ideas exist of a future project – so for example in early developmental phases. Kanban is also a method well suited to project management. Originally, the Kanban method comes from production control. The method is made up of three rules:

  1. Visualisation of the workflow
  2. “Stop starting – start finishing!” – Reduction of frequent changes between tasks and limiting of the number of tasks being processed at a time
  3. Monitoring and improvement

The method can be employed for self organisation, in order to process one’s tasks in a structured way. However, one problem for the practical application of agile project management that has appeared so far is that there barely existed suitable means for organisation and visualisation. As experienced problem solvers, we realised this and developed a planning board solution tailored to the application of agile project management across industries: the TaskBoard.

People looking at their TaskBoard agile project management.

The TaskBoard has a modular structure – you can adapt it to your requirements.

Taskboard individuell zusammenstellbar


Das Scrum Board läßt sich individuell nach Wunschzusammen stellen.

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Die bunten TaskCards erwecken das TaskBoard zum Leben.

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TaskBoard – unitised and user-friendly

The TaskBoard is a modular systems solution that can be precisely adapted to the individual needs of different project teams and visualises flexible processes. The design of the frameless, ferromagnetic planning board – a type of whiteboard –, offered in two sizes, is matched to the application in all areas of a company. The TaskBoard is mobile and attached to a rail so that it becomes an optically “floating” and functionally agile board which can be used wherever that kind of rail is available. Thanks to its mobility, it can also move along analogously to process progress or to the locally changing tasks and team meetings.

Additionally, optimised for the visual depiction and tracking of tasks, there are several different, colourful, magnetic and rewritable TaskCards. We also offer you the option of individualising your TaskBoard with the help of the sublimation printing procedure – special optical design requirements can thereby be easily implemented.

Image of TaskBoard with TaskCards.

Customised design with a lot of space for accessories.

Scrum Board und KanbanTafel als effiziente Tools des agilen Projektmanagements

Immer mehr Branchen entdecken die Scrum und Kanban-Methode als Werkzeuge für das Projektmanagement. Die Gemeinsamkeit beider Anwendungen ist, eine große Tafel, die zur Aufgabenvisualisierung im Mittelpunkt steht - das Scrum Board bzw. die Kanban Tafel.

Die Scrum-Methode ist vor allem dann stark, wenn von dem zukünftigen Produkt noch keine oder nur vage Vorstellungen existieren – also beispielsweise in frühen Entwicklungsphasen. Auch die Kanban-Methode eignet sich als Methode zum Projektmanagement. Ursprünglich stammt die Kanban-Methode aus der Produktionssteuerung Die Methode besteht aus drei Regeln:

    Visualisierung des Workflows
    „Stop starting – start finishing!“ – Reduzierung der häufigen Wechsel zwischen Aufgaben und Begrenzung der Anzahl der Aufgaben in Bearbeitung.
    Monitoring und Improvement

Die Methode kann zur Selbstorganisation eingesetzt werden, um die eigenen Aufgaben strukturiert abzuarbeiten. Als Problem für den praktischen Einsatz von agilem Projektmanagement zeigte sich allerdings bislang, dass es kaum passende Organisations- und Visualisierungsmittel gab. Als erfahrener Problemlöser haben wir das erkannt und eine maßgeschneidertes Scrum Board für die branchenübergreifende Anwendungen für das agile Projektmanagement entwickelt: Das Task Board.

Sie arbeiten agil? Sie machen Design Thinking?

Dann sollten Sie sich das Design Thinking Board " Ideaframe" anschauen. Das extrem leichte, mobilie Whiteboard ist magnetisch und beschreibbar. Die auf der Rückseite befindlichen Klettpunkte machen es flexibel am Design Thinking Regal "Teamboard" oder an einer entsprechenden vorbereiteteten Wand fixierbar.
Das Ideaframe gibt es in zwei Größen:

  • 700 mm x 500 mm
  • 700 mm x 1000 mm

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