Thu, May 30 | Mountainland Technical College: Lehi Cam

Kanban Methodologist Certification

The Kanban Method is applicable wherever knowledge work takes place and at all levels of the organization. It isn't limited to technical practices. Its focus is to improve work flow and its economics.
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Kanban Methodologist Certification

Time & Location

May 30, 2019, 9:00 AM – May 31, 2019, 5:30 PM
Mountainland Technical College: Lehi Cam, 2301 Ashton Blvd, Lehi, UT 84043, USA

About The Event

The Kanban method is an agnostic approach to improving the flow of knowledge work. It is part non-disruptive and part disruptive. Non-disruption occurs at the beginning of its adoption given that it doesn't require to throw away your established practices (no upfront throwing your huge investment). Kanban takes your current state as starting point, making it a better economic proposition compared to replacement-required approaches, and makes effective improvement possible. The disruptive part occurs when you and other decision makers come to the conclusion of doing some strong changes on the practices, tools, organization or other as part of the improvement path. Disruption also occurs from the cultural standpoint given the maturity in mindset that comes with applying Kanban together with lean mindset.​

Am I Eligible?

This certification is for those interested on applying the Kanban Method at their organizations effectively. There is no prerequisite to take this course. It is apt for team members or any kind, team leaders and managers.

Duration: Two days

​​Training Agenda

  1. Motivation
  2. Behaviors in the organization​
  3. Mindset​
  4. Systems thinking​
  5. The relationship between essential components​
  6. Lean Thinking
  7. Economic flow improvement​
  8. Practical TOC concept understanding
  9. Agile thinking
  10. Frequent, incremental value delivery​
  11. The Cynefin model​
  12. From kanban to the Kanban Method​
  13. Extrapolating Kanban​
  14. Four models to balance flow
  15. ​​Value Stream Mapping
  16. The six practices of the Kanban method
  17. Visualize work​
  18. Limit WIP
  19. Manage flow
  20. Make process explicit
  21. Implement feedback loops
  22. Improve collaboratively and evolve experimentally
  23. The Four Kanban principles​
  24. Start with what you do now
  25. Agree to pursue evolutionary change
  26. Initially respect roles, responsibilities and job titles
  27. Encourage acts of leadership at all levels ​
  28. Papyrus City to put it all into practice with an economic and quality perspective​
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