Kanban Training

What does this training include?

Would you like to use Kanban in your team? Or are you wondering if Kanban is right for a team that you lead? In this course, you’ll learn how to use Kanban methods to solve problems that frequently arise in organisations. Does work often take longer than agreed in your team? Do a lot of ad-hoc tasks and rush jobs come up? Do employees have more work than they can deal with, affecting quality and sometimes even customer satisfaction? These are just a few of the possible reasons to take our Kanban training course.
  • Contents
  • Certification
  • Price
  • Booking
  • Option
  • London
  • 1 day
  • From 9:30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
  • IIABC certification
  • An ample lunch

What does the Kanban training cover?

Teams working according to the Kanban method are characterised by a high degree of speed and flexibility as well as outstanding quality. This one-day training course teaches you what the Kanban method has to offer and how you can use it in your organisation. Because we believe that many people only learn properly if they can put theory into practice, we have developed a ‘serious game’ to explain the theory.

Result of the one-day Kanban training course

After taking this training course, you will:
  • Be able to explain the Kanban method clearly to your colleagues
  • Know how to introduce Kanban into a team or organisation
  • Be able to compare Kanban to other agile working methods, such as Lean and Scrum
  • Understand why Kanban teams are agile teams. You’ll also be able to explain why a rapid response to changes in the working environment is beneficial, and why agile organisations are a step ahead of the ‘behemoths’ from the last century.

Contents

  • What is the Kanban method? The majority of the day is spent exploring the Kanban method using a ‘serious game’. This focuses on the six main applications of the Kanban method.
  • The key topic of visualisation: what all can you visualise, and how can you put it into practice? Do you visualise your work using a whiteboard or do you prefer digital methods?
  • How do you deal with shifting priorities? How do you avoid multitasking in the team and for each individual?
  • How do you introduce Kanban? You can introduce the Kanban method at different levels (individual, team, organisation). The Kanban method offers an unparalleled view of change management, because you start from the ‘wisdom’ of the current situation. What does this mean?
  • What is the Kanban mindset and what values go with it?
  • What Kanban KPIs can you keep track of to monitor progress?
  • London
  • 1 day
  • From 9:30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
  • IIABC certification
  • An ample lunch

Certification

This course includes an IIABC.org exam. You will receive an official certificate upon successful completion of the exam. The International Institute for Agile Business Certification (IIABC) is the world’s only certification body focusing on Agile for non-IT enterprises. Participants in the Agile Kanban course take the Agile Business Foundation exam. This exam is not mandatory, but rather an additional service that you can take advantage of as a part of this training offering.
  • London
  • 1 day
  • From 9:30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
  • IIABC certification
  • An ample lunch

Price

  • Tuition for the Agile Coach training comes to €595, including the Agile Foundation exam on IIABC.org.
Tuition also includes all course materials, the Agile Scrum Group certificate and drinks/snacks, but not VAT.

In-house

Would you like us to provide this training in-house? This is possible, with four or more participants. Send us an e-mail and we will provide a quotation tailored to your needs.

In-house

Would you like us to provide this training in-house? This is possible, with four or more participants. Send us an e-mail and we will provide a quotation tailored to your needs.

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