Experience this 2-day workshop from the creator of the Kanban for IT Ops curriculum - now used by Lean Kanban Unversity. Dominica DeGrandis is bringing it back to the roots of the 1st Kanban for Devops workshop provided to Devops community leaders, Gene Kim, John Willis, Alex Honor, and Damon Edwards.
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To learn how to level up your Operations teams capability using Kanban, we begin by studying the nature of demand on Ops teams and learn how to bring visibility and transparency to the workload and capacity of teams.
Discussions and interactive exercises address Ops hot topics:
- Specialization and shared services
- Dependencies between teams
- Variable task size
- Interrupt driven work
Day 1 Kanban Mechanics
- Demand Analysis
- Workflow Mapping
- Work Item Types
- Work-in-progress Limits
- Classes of Service
- Kanban for DevOps Simulation Game
Day 2 Kanban Progression
- Kanban System design
- Operations Review
- Devops Case Studies
- Risk Management
- Variability and predictability
- How to Get Started with Kanban
Participants will analyze and design a Kanban system intended for implementation.
Cancellation Policy: Refund of your payment(s) minus a $50 cancellation fee until Sept 17. No refunds will be given after Sept 17, 2013.
When & Where
Dominica DeGrandis trains and coaches teams to use the Kanban method to improve workflow and throughput. She is keen on providing visibility and transparency across teams to bring alignment to the entire organization. She combines experience, practice and theory to help teams level up their capability. Dominica is an independent trainer and coach and international speaker. She is the developer of the Kanban for Devops game simulation and a Kanban Coaching Professional with Lean Kanban University.
J. Paul Reed founded Release Engineering Approaches, a consultancy incorporating a host of tools and techniques to help organizations "Simply Ship. Every time." He's worked across a number of industries, from financial services to cloud-based infrastructure, with teams from 2 to 200 on everything from tooling, operational analysis and improvement, team culture transformation, and business value optimization.