Kanban is a project management method originating from Japan. It helps to visualise activities on a board. The simplest layout of such a board divides tasks into "to do", "in progress" and "done" categories. Tasks written on cards are moved between these columns depending on their stage. Each card can contain a more or less detailed description, deadline, and information about the person responsible for the task. A board visible to all team members improves cooperation, especially the flow of information. It is also a good tool to build trust, motivate and ensure transparency concerning the way things are done. The simplest whiteboard can be written down individually in a notepad, hung in a shared office or you can use online tools, such as Trello, Asana or MS Planer.