Kanban – Official LKU Training 2017-09-11T14:04:04+00:00

Official Kanban Training – LKU

We deliver the true Agile experience

Kanban + Value Flow + Continuous Flow + Metrics

In two days, you will practice the concepts of Kanban and will learn how to overcome challenges.

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Upcoming Classes

WHAT IS INCLUDED

  • 2 Day Kanban In-person Course
  • Breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages provided on both days of training

AFTER THE COURSE YOU’LL RECEIVE

  • Life-Time Lean Kanban University’s KMP Foundation I certification.
  • 16 SEUs from the Scrum Alliance.
  • 14 PDUs from PMI

RE-TAKE THE COURSE AT NO CHARGE

Get twice the value – attend again for more depth or to get a different perspective

WHY KANBAN WITH KNOWLEDGE21?

Knowledge21’s classes are dynamic, engaging and based on real examples. We do prefer group discussions and a lot of interactions over a slide-based lecture. We provide an environment for the exchange of experiences between the students and the trainer.

In two days, you will practice the concepts of Kanban and will learn how to overcome challenges, such as

  • Teams with specialists

  • Unplanned items

  • Multiple clients

  • Development and maintenance of different products

  • External dependencies

  • Extending Agile for the whole organization

Come and discover why more and more people are applying KANBAN, even those that already apply SCRUM!

The theory always comes after practicing, in a “pull system for teaching”.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN DURING THE CLASS?

What is Kanban?

  • Lean and Toyota Production System
  • Evolutionary model
  • Kanban and Scrum

Visual Management

  • Process Design
  • Shared Mental Model
  • Kanban refactoring
  • Physical board vs. Digital board

Metrics

  • T-Shirt Sizing
  • Cumulative Flow Diagrams
  • SLA
  • Throughput, Lead Time, Cycle Time

Limited WIP (Work In Progress)

  • Why limited WIP?
  • Coordination techniques (slack, swarm etc.)
  • Theory of Constrains
  • Physical board vs. Digital board

Managing capacity

  • Demand classification and balancing
  • Classes of service
  • Little’s law

Continuous Flow

  • Pull system
  • Time-box and Cadence
  • “Stop the line”

Value Flow

  • Mapping the value from (upstream and downstream)
  • How to scale agile