Applying Professional Kanban
Kanban is fast becoming the modern way to manage an organisation’s delivery of customer value.
In today’s always-on environment, you need a clear set of practices that don’t get in the way of your ability to continuously deliver but that provides enough structure to keep everyone aligned and focused.
This two-day course will give you an in-depth introduction to improving your team’s effectiveness by applying Kanban flow principles.
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Who Should Attend?
The Applied Professional Kanban course is for anyone who wants to improve their ability to deliver value and be more effective. Typical attendee roles include business analysts, team members, team leads, agile coaches, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, project managers and product managers.
You will learn the basic principles of flow and how to use them to make your team process more efficient, predictable, and effective.
With an emphasis on the practical application of concepts, this course includes many hands-on exercises that will lead you through the steps of setting up and operating a Kanban system for continuous value delivery and improvement.
THEORY & PRINCIPLES
Explain the principles & theory behind kanban.
Describe the value of WiP limits
Explain the basic principles of flow
Define, build, operate and continuously improve a Kanban system. Capture and interpret key flow metrics and analytics to find improvement opportunities
HOW TO GET STARTED
Create a visual board to manage your work.
Discuss how tooling impacts your implementation
After taking the course, you will have an opportunity to validate that you understand core Kanban topics. We will invite you to take an online assessment that evaluates your understanding and provides you with guidance on areas to improve. This exclusive assessment is only available to class participants.
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