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Kanban and Technical Documentation

26 May 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

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A Kanban Approach to Technical Documentation


There are various management approaches that can be used to understand, manage, and measure our work types, amounts, timing, priorities, risks, etc. However, Kanban is one of the most highly effective approaches leveraged from the umbrella of agile project management.

Attendees will learn how a technical documentation and organizational change team used Kanban to visualize its work to limit the amount in progress (visualizing the work, and limiting work in progress are features of Kanban).

If you are new to Kanban, this session will not prepare you to design a program because of the limited time to present. However, it will help you to think critically about your work processes to determine if Kanban is worth exploring further to improve work processes in the future.

For those that are experienced with Kanban, this session will offer an opportunity to examine the use case to discuss best practices.


Marsi Fein Miller works on the personnel side of technology change through her organizational development, technical communication, and project management skills. Marsi earned a Kanban Systems Improvement certification from Kanban University/Excella (KMP II). She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)with a master’s degree in public administration (MPA). Marsi credits her expertise to real-world experience, which has provided learning opportunities beyond her certifications and academic credentials.


Update! This webinar is offered through Zoom and will be recorded. All registrants will receive an email with the link to the event.

If you have any questions, please contact: events@events.stcwdc.org.

Webinar Host: Tavia Record

President and Professional Development Program Director

STC Washington, D.C.-Baltimore Chapter


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