Batches serve as a versatile tool for visualizing, planning, and monitoring various aspects of an organization. The flexible structure allows the use of Batches for
Line of Business
Or other possible use cases, depending on your organization
Type of Batches
There are two types of Batches
Batch Groups function as the overarching entity, allowing for the creation of sub-batches within them. This hierarchical structure enables the management of independent Batches. For instance, you can employ a set of Batches to oversee products while dedicating another Batch Group to track a distinct aspect of your organization's journey.
Example 1: Core Banking visualized as Batches
Example 2: Integrated Channel Management as Batches
Each Batch has 5 sections
The most important ones are Details & Linked Items.
In the details section of a Batch, there are pre-defined fields that, in the future, you will be able to customize. Currently, you can fill out the details in the relevant sections of a batch. This helps to define a business case, details, or product segment.
Following the definition of a Batch, the subsequent step involves planning and monitoring the associated contents. The Linked Items section enables you to search for and link items to the Batches.
In Org views, you can integrate Epics, Features, Stories, and other issue types from your ALMs (such as Jira/Azure DevOps) or create Kendis-only cards. The search functionality facilitates the connection of your Batch to selected items from these collections.
Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) present a robust framework for establishing goals and corresponding achievement criteria. While typically employed at the Organizational, Collection, and Program Board levels, incorporating OKRs into Batch views empowers you to effectively define and pursue SMART goals for each Batch.
List View of Batches
Batches can be viewed in a Tree view or a List view. The list view makes it easier to create and manage sub-batches