KMP I: Kanban System Design (Greater Toronto Area)

Tue, Mar 28, 2017 to Wed, Mar 29, 2017
Training Language:
English
Training type:
KMP Foundation I

Kanban System Design

Apply systems thinking to design, introduce and operate Kanban systems.  Improve delivery of services, products, projects, customer satisfaction and business performance.  Read the full class description, who should attend, what you'll learn, certification information, advantages and policies, here.

The class curriculum includes:

  • Kanban in action
  • Key elements of a Kanban system, such as commitment points, work item types, classes of service, explicit policies, cadences
  • Kanban system mechanics, such as pull, replenishment, delivery
  • Key Kanban system indicators, such as lead time and cumulative-flow diagram
  • Kanban case study
  • Creating context for change
  • Demand analysis
  • Workflow visualization
  • Discovering and designing classes of service
  • Replenishment and delivery cadences
  • Kanban system visualization

Toronto Kanban Week

A week-long modular training event is taking place in Toronto the week after this class (April 3-7).  If you're interested in the Kanban Management Professional (KMP) credential and the KMP II: Kanban Management Professional class, you can take it there.

If you'd like to explore Kanban's sustainability agenda, we're offering the one-day TKP: Team Kanban Practitioner class in Vaughan on March 27.

Trainer

Alexei Zheglov is a Kanban Coaching Professional (KCP), an Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT) and an Enterprise Services Planning Trainer (ESPT), based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.  He brings Lean product development and Kanban to intellectual organizations who seek these modern management ideas and pragmatic guidance to improve their high-technology businesses.  Alexei's clients are located on five continents and represent many industries including software, IT services, biotechnology, financial services and education.  He is well respected in the Kanban expert community, speaks frequently at international Lean Kanban conferences and keeps a blog at connected-knowledge.com.