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More Ways to Visualize Your Project Portfolio

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More Ways to Visualize Your Project Portfolio

Every time I work with a client or teach a workshop, people want more ways to visualize their project portfolios, including a Kanban view with backlog.

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Every time I work with a client or teach a workshop, people want more ways to visualize their project portfolios. Here are some ideas:

Here is a kanban view of the project portfolio with a backlog:


Kanban view of the project portfolio

Kanban view of the project portfolio

And a kanban view of the project portfolio with an “Unstaffed Work” line, so it’s clear:


Project Portfolio Kanban with Unstaffed Work Line

Project Portfolio Kanban with Unstaffed Work Line

If you haven’t read Visualizing All the Work in Your Project Portfolio, you should. It has some other options, too.

I have yet more options in Manage Your Project Portfolio: Increase Your Capacity and Finish More Projects.

Tags: kanban, lean, project management, visualize

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