Certified Kanban Management Professional [KMP2]
Certified Kanban Management Professional [KMP2] - Helen Meek
Certified Kanban Systems Design [KMP1]
Certified Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK)
Kanban System Design [KMP1] - Helen Meek
The Art of Retrospection
Kanban uses a probabilistic approach to management. A Kanban Management Professional (KMP) knows how to make better decisions and streamline internal workflows to improve service delivery and create greater customer satisfaction. On this follow-on course KMPs receive specialized training in applying the Kanban Method for better risk management and greater agility to improve management results enterprise-wide.
Kanban is a set of values, practices and principles that focus on bringing the benefits of Lean theory to organisations. Once you’ve successfully started rolling out Kanban at a team level it’s time to think about how Lean principles apply to the entire organisation.
The Kanban Method is a set of principles and practices that have been observed in successful Kanban initiatives worldwide. It was developed by David J Anderson (Lean Kanban, Inc CEO) in collaboration with the global community of Kanban enthusiasts, coaches and trainers. The Kanban Method was published in 2010.
Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) is a 2-day course that teaches Scrum practitioners how to apply Kanban practices to their work. Through theory, case studies, and hands-on exercises, participants will understand the importance of transparency and flow as it pertains to the Scrum framework. Scrum.org have worked with Daniel Vacanti author of Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability in the creation of this course.
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. This interactive 2-day workshop, accredited by the Lean-Kanban University, provides a thorough grounding in the principles and practices of Kanban.
Many organisations are adopting Agile approaches to improve their capability, however many teams forget or struggle to continuously improve. Being a ScrumMaster or Kanban Coach means that you need to know how to facilitate these session and get the best from your people.