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Certified Kanban System Design (KMP I)

Discover the advantages of using Kanban by attending this 2-day course, which is a thorough introduction to David J. Anderson’s Kanban method. During two days you will learn how Kanban is used to analyse and improve your software development, and explore how you can benefit from it in practice.

Description

This interactive Kanban training class provides an introduction to Lean, Pull Systems and Kanban and the application of Kanban to successfully improve your delivery. Using Lean and Agile techniques, it provides a practical introduction into this new and exciting approach to accelerate the flow of work in your projects and operations.

Everybody looking for ways to better manage projects should attend this 2-day certified kanban course.
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Target audience

Project and programme managers, middle and senior managers (within and outside of IT), development and team managers, business analysts, Scrum product owners and Scrum masters who want to broaden their agile toolkit.

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DateLocationTrainerLanguagePrice excl. VAT
16 Nov - 17 NovBrussels/Antwerp (TBD)Patrick SteyaertEnglish€1450.00SubscribeMore info

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Date: 16 Nov - 17 Nov
Location: Brussels/Antwerp (TBD)
Trainer: Patrick Steyaert
Language: English
Price: €1450.00 excl. VAT
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You will receive

Individuals who take this Lean-Kanban University Certified Kanban Training receive proof of completion through access to a member section of the LKU web site.

Partner

This training is hosted in collaboration with Okaloa.

Learning Objectives

Participants will learn how to design a kanban system and initiate change with Kanban. They will learn the basic concepts of flow, pull, and collaborative improvement.

At the end of the course you will be able to design a Kanban system and experience in practice how to use Kanban to improve capabilities of your organization, e.g. shorter and more predictable delivery times, better risk management, increased trust and continuous improvement.