- Building an Information Flow: the Seven Cadences
- Dealing with resistance to WIP limits
- Understand asymmetrical commitment
- Rollout phases for a Kanban initiative
- Developing a service orientation
- Kanban Values: a different approach to introducing Kanban
- Scumban case study
- Managing evolutionary change
What will you learn?
- Design techniques for single and multiple Kanban systems
- Understanding and managing work-in-progress (WIP) at scale
- Introducing risk management practices into Kanban systems
- Implementing effective feedback loops,
- Concepts of Forecasting
- Risk Management and Cost of Delay etc
What will you receive?
- Course materials
- Membership of the Lean-Kanban University (LKU)
- Kanban Management Professional Certification from LKU.
- 15 Scrum Education Units (SEU’s) can be claimed for this course and used as part of your Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Professional application.
- 14 PDUs.
Who is this course suitable for?
This course is useful for anyone who already are practicing Kanban in their work environment and are looking for further improvements for their system(s). In terms of roles, the course is suitable for:
- Kanban practitioners,
- project and program managers,
- line and middle managers,
- management from inside and outside IT,
- coaches and trainers,
- process improvement coaches,
- business analysts
Exam and Certification:
There will be an assessment by the Trainer after the workshop and the certificate will be issued by Lean Kanban University(LKU).
- How to use "cadence" in the workflow management.
- Driving Evolutionary Change explained through a case study.
- Proto-Kanban - Commitment and Replenishment - Delivery Planning
- Feedback loops to improve service delivery
- Daily "Standup",
- Service Delivery Review
- Operation review,
- Risk Review
- Strategy Review
- Large Project Planning
- Change Management
- Understanding scheduling
- How to use "measurability" (key performance indicators) in Kanban and for service improvement.
- Scaling Kanban
What will you receive on upon successful completion of this course?
- Professional Credential Kanban Management Professional - II (KMP-II) and Certificate from Lean-Kanban University (LKU).
- Membership of the Lean-Kanban University (LKU).
- Course material in PDF version.
- Certificate of Completion from Lean Kanban University in digital format.
- Membership in Lean Kanban University and a listing in the LKU Alumni Directory.
- 14 Scrum Education Units (SEU’s) can be claimed for this course and used as part of your Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Professional application.
- 14 PDUs for PMI members.