Kanban System Design (KMP1) 24-25 March 2022 [Virtual]
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Get to know Kanban. In 2 days you will learn how to work quicker and better with Kanban. Visualize the workflow, discover a new way of managing your to-do list and make clear arrangements on how to work together. Includes the Kanban University KSD (KMP1) certificate.
Workflow is key!
Kanban is a way to better organize processes. Kanban prescribes a few steps, such as visualizing the workflow, managing the to-do list (where the amount of Work in Progress is decisive) in a totally new way, and making clear agreements about how to work together as a team. This KSD (KMP1) training, including Kanban University certificate, provides a good foundation for starting with Kanban or improving your current Kanban.
This Kanban (KMP1) training is perfect for
This training starts with an introduction to Kanban, which is why specific prior knowledge is not necessary. The training is perfect for Business Professionals, Managers and Developers. Are you looking for a way to improve your planning and deliver on time? Do you want your team to feel they are ‘in control’ instead of responding to ad-hoc requests? Then this training is perfect for you (and your team).
What will you learn during the Kanban System Design (KMP1) training?
You will learn how to design a Kanban system and how to communicate this new way of working to others. We discuss what Flow, Push, Pull and Work in Progress mean in a Kanban context. Many teams still work in a ‘push’ way, but Kanban promotes a ‘pull’ way of working. Together we gain hands-on experience in visualizing work with a Kanban wall (full of Post-its!), measuring and managing the flow with control cards and flow charts. Because we understand that change is not always easy, we also offer you some change management skills and teach you how to deal with resistance. Last but not least, you will also learn how to multitask and prioritize.
- What is Kanban: we start with the basics of Kanban.
- Work in Progress: what does Work in Progress mean within Kanban?
- From push to pull: how do you go from push to pull?
- Measuring and managing the workflow: working with control cards and flow charts.
- Change management: some skills for a better adoption of Kanban.
Your trainer is always an Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT) with extensive practical experience. They are passionate about sharing their knowledge and experiences with you during the training!
KSD (KMP1) Certification
After successfully completing the training, you will receive a Kanban University KSD (KMP1) certificate. This is the first step to receiving the full KMP certificate. If you follow the Kanban Systems Improvement training, you will receive your KSI (KMP2) certificate and can call yourself a Kanban Management Professional.
Yes, I want to discover Kanban
After registration you will receive a confirmation email with practical information. One week before the training we will provide you with additional information. If preparation is desired, you will also receive the literature via email. See you then!
What else do I need to know?
- The Kanban University KSD (KMP1) certificate is included in the price of the training.
- Study material are also included.
- This training is in English or Dutch.