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Learn how to use kanban to get the work of overwhelmed teams under control.
"Concrete tips and tricks that are immediately useful in my work." - Scrum Master, KPN
Kanban is a method for visualizing work flow to balance demand with capacity and spot bottlenecks. Learn how to use it to dynamically manage your software development process. This one-day training taught in Dutch or English provides the skills and knowledge you need to apply kanban at a team level. Learn how to determine what to work on now, what to leave until later and what to take off the to-do list forever.
Is Team Kanban Practitioner training right for me?
• Yes - if you are a knowledge worker looking for more control of unforeseen, ad-hoc work
• Yes - if you are a team member seeking a more transparent, flow-based way of working
• Yes - if you are an agile worker looking to evolve your proces
• Yes - if you are interested in applying the Kanban method, regardless of title or experience
What will I achieve by completing this training?
You will learn:
• The kanban method, principles and practices and how to apply them to your team
• How to design and implement a kanban team board
• Visualizing basics; different work types and associated risk
• A variety of kanban team board designs and styles
You will gain hands-on experience in:
• Visualizing work for transparency and predictability
• Organizing processes and tasks using Kanban systems
• Balancing a team’s urgent and important tasks
• Maintaining a predictable workflow
• Operating a kanban system
You will develop the skills to:
• Design and implement a basic kanban board for your team
• Understand work item types
Team Kanban Practitioner Certification:
• Certificate of Completion awarded by Lean-Kanban University upon successful completion
• Earn a Team Kanban Practitioner (TKP) credential certificate accompanied by the TKP Badge
Read more about the partnership with Lean Kanban Inc. here.
What else should I know?
Prior to the training, please read either:
• Kanban by David J. Anderson
• Kanban from the Inside by Mike Burrows