Team Kanban Practitioner Certification

DURATION: 1-day class

PRE-REQUISITES: All experience levels are welcome. No previous Kanban training or experience is required?

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand core concepts of the Kanban Method
  • Learn the 4 types of Team Kanban systems and when each is appropriate
  • How to run daily Kanban meetings
  • How to proceed to the next level with Kanban

Who should take this course?

From senior members looking to adopt lean management methods to members of delivery teams wanting to improve their work practices, Kanban is suitable for multiple audiences in an organization, including:

  • Project and product managers
  • Business analysts
  • Scrum masters, team leaders, and change agents
  • Software developers and testers
  • Agile coaches and practitioners
 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • Understand core concepts of the Kanban Method
  • Learn the 4 types of Team Kanban systems and when each is appropriate
  • How to run daily Kanban meetings
  • How to proceed to the next level with Kanban

Learning Outcome

BENEFITS

  • Become faster and more responsive, with better risk management and governance.
  • Training certified by Lean Kanban University
  • Team Kanban Practitioner (TKP) professional credential

Target Audience

Anyone who wants to learn Kanban

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