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Kanban System Design (KMP1)

Original price was: £995.00.Current price is: £895.00. + VAT

This virtual Kanban System Design (KMP1) course is a highly interactive, in-depth course covering the values and principles of Agile, and the theory, practices, and rules of Scrum.

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Kanban System Design 10-12th September 2024

Kanban System Design 10-12th September 2024 is delivered from 10:00-16:00 UK

This course is delivered in partnership with Helen Meek.

Why is this course important?

In the fast-moving and complex times, organisations are looking for every advantage they can find to increase their competitive edge. Kanban is a set of values, practices and principles that bring the benefits of Lean theory to organisations.

Benefits include;

  • increasing the flow of value
  • visualising and establishing an optimum workload for the team’s capacity
  • reducing waste
  • creating better organisational alignment
  • building a culture of engaged workers

The Kanban method focuses on making incremental, iterative changes that evolve business processes into more efficient and manageable work streams while avoiding the risks associated with complex change programmes.

The Course

The course shows you how Kanban fits within the Agile context and how it complements your existing Agile or non-Agile ways of working. You will leave with practical insights on how to implement or improve Kanban within your organisation.

This workshop is hands-on, using various exercises, games and Kanban simulations alongside instructor-led discussions and presentations.

Course Outcomes

Our Kanban System Design course is held by our company friend and long time expert Helen Meek. This course has been accredited by David J Anderson (creator of the Kanban method) and Kanban University (KU). Each attendee will receive a certificate. Those attendees taking a KU-accredited course will be eligible to become members of the Kanban University. To read about the benefits and learn more, visit the KU website.