I am using personal and team based Kanban on multiple projects with multiple teams. One of the benefits I was hoping to get from Kanban is seeing "the big picture" - all of the work I have in progress at the same time. However, since I work on multiple "teams", I find this very difficult since the teams need also need to visualize their work in progress as a team also.
For example, the "teams" that I have are (each having their own Kanban board): - My team at my software development day job - My team on my side business - My fiance and I are a team when it comes to home ownership, wedding planning and the like - Then there are all of my own personal projects (self-improvement, fitness, etc)
I am currently using multiple Kanban boards to manage this. However, that makes it very difficult to see the big picture, and I spend too much time flipping between various boards.
What recommendations are there for working with Personal Kanban when participating in many teams? My goal is for me to see the big picture of what I have in progress while each team also sees the big picture of the team's work.