For few months, I have been using a Personal Kanban board like the one below:
Figure 1: My current personal kanban board
This is not an usual style for a Personal Kanban implementation. A more common way is to distribute tasks in limited columns representing items to do, ready, doing and done, which it is an interesting model once it creates visibility in terms of tasks in focus and also encourages flow. My design, however, puts in place a different model. I call it "the initiative box" and I have been using it not only for my Personal Kanban, but also for helping clients to visualize their portfolio of initiatives.
The semantics of the "Initiative Box" is c... [More]