I've been trying Kanban tools for a few days, and I do think I can adopt one of those tools really soon. I 'll decide after the 3 weeks routine period if it still fits my need.
I wonder: I immediatly added to my Kanban boards a
Dropped/Canceled column listing tasks for which I have decided not to spend anymore hours, and that should almost behave like a 'Done' column... except that it lists the given-up failures.
But after the reading I have done on the net, and the Kanban examples I saw... it seems it's not in the philosophy of this tool to accept failure.
I don't want to open my question to opinions discussion... I'm just wondering if it is in the philosophy of Kanban to track failures.