Online! Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II)
Sounds like you?
You have a feeling your team is sometimes lost in their daily work tasks?
Noticed your team is adding new tasks all the time and not finishing already started ones?
Never-ending bottlenecks in your teams' work-stream?
Would you like to focus on value delivered to your customer in shortest time possible?
We invite you to 5-Session class “Kanban Systems Improvement” (also known as Kanban Management Professional 2 or KMP2). This class includes the necessary amount of information to boost your Kanban implementation. My metaphor for this class is that it provides students with additional lego blocks of building and implementing your Kanban system. This course is the official training class of Kanban University, founded by David Anderson – author of the Kanban method. All participants will receive an official internationally recognized certificate of attendance from Kanban University as well as “Kanban Management Professional” credential
Membership and online profile at LeanKanban University
Certificate of completion from the LeanKanban University
An electronic version of the book by David Anderson "Kanban: Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business", 2010
16 SEU (Scrum education unit) for your CSP certification from Scrum Alliance
16 PDU for PMI members (that could be used for prolongation of PMP and PMI-ACP certifications)
Ability and knowledge to change your organization
After the class support: 10 nano-coaching sessions (10 minutes per session) to address challenges associated with the implementation of the Kanban method
Review of Kanban method
Mini-testing (audit) of your Kanban system
Overcoming resistance to change and the Kanban method as a change driver
Proto-kanban (predecessor of full implementation of kanban)
Aggregated Personal Kanban
Per person WIP limit
Aggregated Team Kanban
In-depth understanding of Kanban systems
Feedback Loops in Kanban systems
Commitment points and replenishment
Meetings in Kanban
Kanban meeting (daily meeting)
Upstream (Discovery) Kanban
Roles in Kanban:
Service Request Manager
Service Delivery Manager
Models to identify improvement opportunities
In-depth understanding of lead time distribution and sources of delays
Sources of variability
As this class is a “next step” in Kanban learning roadmap and uses concepts thought on previous class (like STATIK approach) this is required that all visitors had previously visited Kanban University class “Kanban System Design” (KSD).
Knowledge obtained over the 2 classes is enough to build the system of value delivery based on the Kanban method in your organization. For this reason, participants receive Kanban Management Professional status from Kanban University.
Kirill Klimov helps organizations use modern management methods and frameworks to drive change within an organization so that it becomes an awesome workplace and deliver best to its customers.
In the past, Kirill wore different hats – web developer, servers, and networks engineer, project manager, general manager, people manager, consultant, trainer, and coach within e-commerce, travel, financial sectors. Most of his professional career Kirill spent with distributed development in this or another way. He started and was in charge of offshore development office of an international company in Kiev, Ukraine.
Kirill drives Agile transformations and adoptions in large distributed projects and small teams since 2008. Kirill holds a mix of different certifications from various institutions; he is actively involved in the life of the Agile community as a speaker and organizer of various conferences, events, meet-ups and so forth.
Kirill is one of first three Russian-speaking Kanban trainers (AKTs) and one of first three Russian-speaking Kanban coaches (KCPs). Kirill led most of the trainings and taught most of the students on the Russian language as well as taught most students in Eastern Europe among all AKTs.
You can find more information on Kirill's LinkedIn profile.