Kanban Training Course Description
This class focuses on providing a solid knowledge of the core concepts of Kanban, Lean and Agile and how these concepts can be applied in a technology organization. Our Kanban training workshop consists of hands-on group exercises that will allow you to experience the Kanban method and what it means to be Agile while gaining an appreciation for key techniques.
Why this Kanban Method Workshop?
- Learn by doing: Over half of the concepts are taught through practice
- High knowledge retention: Using accelerated learning techniques, this Kanban training workshop is designed to maximize learning and retention
- Fun: Every part of the course is designed to keep attendees engaged and having fun while learning the material
- Convenience: Continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks provided
- Study: A printed and bound copy of the course materials is yours
Kanban Training Learning Objectives
At the end of the workshop, you will be able to:
- Explain to others the “what” and “why” of Agile
- Describe the Kanban Method (Principles and Properties)
- Describe core concepts of Lean (Flow, Waste, Cost of Delay, Work In Progress)
- Setup a new Kanban Board for your team
- Describe key elements of Kanban structure (Classes of Service, Work Item Types)
- Capture the key metrics used for visibility into the process
- Focus on optimizing for the whole and limiting work in progress
Who Should Attend?
This course is geared towards anyone who is new to Kanban or hasn’t received any formal training and is looking for a better understanding to apply in their organization. No prior knowlege is required and concepts can be applied in any role or department in the organization.
Kanban Software Development Workshop Facilitator
Kert Peterson is an Agile Program / Project Manager with the business fluency and technical expertise to align product development efforts with customer needs and desired business outcomes. He has 15+ years of engineering, marketing, and management experience in both conventional (“waterfall”) and agile (e.g. scrum) software development methodologies. He excels at “quick start” launch of agile projects, including requirements analysis, estimation techniques, project chartering, team training, and executive orientation to the new process. His project assignments have included work for Amazon.com, Canadian Pacific Rail, Dell, NASA and Capital One Financial.
Professional Development Units (PDUs)
Scrum Alliance Members (SEUs)
Claim 7 SEUs towards the Certified Scrum Professional (CSP).
Note: This workshop location in Austin, TX will be determined soon
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