Kanban System Design (KMP I) is a highly interactive two-day course accredited by the Lean Kanban University (LKU).

It combines teaching, group discussions and a fully immersive simulation to introduce Agile Lean Pull systems, illustrate how the Kanban Method helps individuals, teams, and organizations to manage and improve the delivery of products and services to their customers. Using Lean and Agile techniques, it provides a practical guidance to stabilize and accelerate the flow of work in your projects and operations.

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Kanban Management Professional (KMP II) is a two-day course accredited by the Lean Kanban University (LKU).

It systematically builds upon the foundations established in Kanban System Design (KMP I) training and your existing Kanban knowledge with the focus of gaining the understanding necessary for rollout and daily operation of a Lean Kanban system and learning how to manage and evolve it over time.
By focusing on the complex demands of a multi-teamed organization, we explore how to keep momentum beyond initial improvements realized from a successful Kanban implementation. We study how better products and services lead to higher customer satisfaction and business performance through sound management and understanding of the seven Kanban cadences, flow optimization, forecasting, prioritization, balancing demand versus capability and scaling.

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This is the direct 4 days path to the Kanban Management Professional credential granted by the Lean Kanban University (LKU). It includes the Kanban System Design (KMP I) course immediately followed by the Kanban Management Professional (KMP II) training. The participants for all 4 days receive additional €200 discount.

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In this free meetup we will discuss the principles of project planning in Kanban, which information to base your plan on, how to track the actual performance, when the plan should be adjusted, common pitfalls, and attention points.

We will also review why the Work Item size does not matter (too much) in Kanban and the consequences of this.

Scrum practitioners will have the opportunity to compare Scrum and Kanban planning approaches during the discussion.

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Team Kanban Practitioner (TKP) is a one-day course accredited by the Lean Kanban University (LKU).

The training teaches the basics of the Kanban Method and serves as the entry level and starting point to an alternative path to agility. The intention of the course is to learn core concepts of Agile, Lean, and the Kanban Method as well as design and implement a Kanban task board on the single-team level.

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This two-day in-depth training teaches you rules and procedures for creating accurate estimates and Monte Carlo forecasts, negotiate them with the stakeholders, and make the estimation and forecasting analytical rather than political process.
The training contains a lot of exercises to teach the skills to create different kinds of estimates and forecasts for all kinds of projects - small, medium large in different phases of the project, regardless of approach are you use - Agile or traditional waterfall.

This course is based on the work of Steve McConnel, Mike Cohn, David J Anderson, Troy Magennis, and Dimitar Bakardzhiev.

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Agile transformation is not possible without the management support. This 3-hours workshop teaches the managers what Agile actually is, basic Agile and servant leadership principles, Lean philosophy, Agile approaches like the Kanban Method and Scrum, and the role of manager during and after an Agile transformation. Managers learn the skills of Agile behavior, which questions to ask to and what to expect from the teams in an Agile environment.
We also discuss the Situational Leadership Theory, its applicability in an Agile context, relation to the maturity of organization, and the ways how to move the teams from good to great. Managers learn to distinguish the type of organization they are working in and apply proper Agile methodology depending on the organizational context.

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Tired of hearing questions like: "How much time will it take?", "How much money will it cost?", "Why does it take so long?", "How much MORE time you need to complete?", etc.

Uncover in one single day necessary Agile metrics, how to visualize them and the power of Monte Carlo probabilistic forecasting and how they can help you to build your schedule and budget without having to spend the valuable team members time and estimate whole backlog again and again. This interactive advanced workshop includes various Monte Carlo models and exercises to obtain deep understanding how to produce reliable schedule and costs forecasts in different phases of your project.

You will leave with a set of Excel templates that you can start using the next day.

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Introduction to Agile and Lean

This one-day course is an extension of the Agile and Lean workshop for managers. It discusses in more details the artifacts and roles in Scrum and Kanban Agile approaches, similarities and differences between Kanban and Scrum, and basic project planning principles in an Agile environment.

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Successful Agile Retrospectives

A retrospective is a fundamental but unfortunately often neglected part of Agile culture of learning and continuous improvement. This 4-hours Retrospective workshop is designed for anyone wanting a deeper understanding of agile retrospectives and the dynamics behind the retrospective meeting. This course is not simply theories and concepts, it is filled with practical tips, techniques and exercises, and discussions. The participants will learn and practice facilitation techniques, Scrum and Kanban practices, together with real life examples.

The training is based on the work of Esther Derby and Diana Larsen and their award winning book "Successful Retrospectives".

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Scrum Master Foundations

One-day Scrum Master Foundations workshop is designed for anyone wanting a deeper understanding of Scrum, how it works in practice, and practical tips for guiding senior stakeholders, Agile Business Owners, Product Owners and delivery teams through the Scrum Framework. This course is not simply theories and concepts, it is filled with practical tips, techniques and exercises, and discussions. The participants will learn facilitation techniques, and Scrum practices, together with real life examples of what other Scrum Masters and Scrum teams should do.

This course is based on Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master training guidelines.

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Scrum Product Owner Foundations

One-day Scrum Product Owner course is a workshop at an intermediate level, designed for currently practicing Product Owners, Scrum Masters who support a Product Owner, Agile Business Owners, and others who want an in-depth understanding of the role of the Product Owner in different contexts and scenarios. The training will equip you with different techniques for successful product ownership. You will understand how to leverage Scrum to optimize value creation and customer satisfaction. You will be able to create a realistic release plan, stock the product backlog, write user stories and refine the requirements.

The course is based on Scrum Alliance Certified Product Owner training guidelines.

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Custom Agile, Lean Kanban, and Scrum training

We can design a custom Agile, Kanban and Scrum training, course of workshop depending on the exact needs of your organizaiton. Please contact us for more details.