Kanban Training Course: Overview
Effective Use of Kanban training course introduces Kanban as a tool for people and teams, so that they can build better products. The Kanban workshop approach ensures everyone participates because it explores the opportunity to improve ways of working for themselves and their team. Kanban training emphasises the practical use of Kanban tools rather than theoretical complexity, getting away from the hype and achieving immediate insight into current practices.
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Kanban Training Course: Approach
At the heart of the Kanban training course is a process simulation in a non-technology environment. Therefore, delegates have the opportunity to identify many of the obstacles faced in organisations. The result is that people find new ways of working using Kanban techniques and have the confidence to put these into practice.
The Kanban training course is delivered by people with real-world experience of Kanban. Therefore, everyone attending the course remains engaged for the whole session.
Kanban Training Course: Content
- Kanban in action
- Lean, Kanban and Agile principles
- Process modelling
- Metrics and reporting, so that work can be measured
- Exit Criteria
- Making improvements
- Limiting work in progress
- Tools so that work is made visible
- Making the transition to Kanban
- Continuous improvement
Kanban Training Course: Outcomes
Teams and individuals achieve clear outcomes, such as:
- Ownership of current and future process
- Understanding what to measure and, therefore, how to measure it
- Identified opportunities to eliminate waste
- Confidence in continuous improvement
- Tools to make things visible
“Great practical Kanban training course with a group exercise, learning about key benefits, practicing enhancements to the system of flow, and finally a thorough study of the metrics. The time flies by when dealing with the very experienced trainers of Agility in Mind, who are able to simplify and practically elaborate as well as demystify our fears when it comes to transitioning towards Kanban. In conclusion, I highly recommend this course for agile practitioners and teams who are interested in Kanban and transitioning towards it.”
Sabina Kamber Salamanca, BBC