Kanban is a lean method to manage and improve work across human systems. This approach aims to manage work by balancing demands with available capacity, and by improving the handling of system-level bottlenecks.
Work items are visualized to give participants a view of progress and process, from start to finish—usually via a Kanban board. Work is pulled as capacity permits, rather than work being pushed into the process when requested.
This course is aimed at helping professionals gain the skills in getting the work organised; Improving visibility, communication and collaboration within their professional settings. Kanban System Design (KMP 1) training will help understand how to introduce Kanban practices in an evolutionary manner in order to reduce resistance to change and also learn how to design a Kanban system ( or enhance an existing system ) for optimal flow and faster delivery whilst improving quality.
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Teams and professionals overwhelmed with unknown blockers, too much work in progress, conflicting priorities and often having to deal with factors that reduces the teams productivity. For most teams this results in missed deadlines, late delivery and quality issues with deliverables which has negative consequences on overall productivity and team moral as well.
Kanban System Design (KMP 1) training will help how to introduce Kanban practices in an evolutionary manner in order to reduce resistance to change and also learn how to design a Kanban system (or enhance an existing system) for optimal flow and faster delivery whilst improving quality.
Kanban System Design (KMP 1) training will cover following topics over two days:
The Why and What of Kanban:
Introducing Kanban to your team or organisation:
Who should attend?
Managers and team members who want to start a Kanban initiative or get more out of their current Kanban system.
Delegates are expected to have read "Kanban" by David J Anderson or "Kanban from the Inside" by Mike Burrows.
Virtual classroom trainings are held using video conferencing software. A trainer leads the class for the duration of course. Delegates may attend the session using PC, laptop or tablets.
Virtual classroom trainings are held using video conferencing software, lead by a trainer. Delegates may attend the sessions using PC, laptop or tablets. Such trainings are held like normal classrooms where delegates ask questions, take part in exercises, interact with trainer throughout the course.
We use secure Zoom and APMG's ALP platforms.
Tecknologia trainers are highly experienced practitioners with excellent training delivery capabilities. Our trainers are fully accredited by Kanban University for relevant training deliveries.
Delegates may attend the session using PC, laptop or tablets. Device used by delegate MUST have (or be connected to external) webcam, microphone and speaker.
Minimum of 20Mbps is recommended internet speed.
There is no exam associated with this training. A certificate of course completion will be issued to each delegate.
This instructor lead course includes following:
Refreshments (tea/ coffee) will be provided free at venue for classroom courses.