Kanban System Improvement (KSI) course concentrates on the complex demands of a multi-teamed organization and explores how to maintain momentum beyond initial improvements realized from a successful Kanban implementation.
Kanban System Improvement Training course is a sequel to the KMP1 course providing students with insights into the implementation and operation of a Kanban system. We not only help you build your Kanban knowledge, but also take your Kanban implementation to a new level.
This 2-day course is a combination of various exercises, simulations, and workshops along with instructor-led discussions and presentations to enhance the Kanban method through pull systems, queuing theory, and flow.
This course is suitable for anyone from the organization ranging from team members adopting lean management to delivery team trying to improve work practices. In fact, it adheres to any professional willing to optimize their work flow.
Similar to a KMP 1 certification, there is no specific exam to earn the KMP 2 certification. However, a student needs to attend the entire training session and complete all given assignments.
The courses KMP 1 or Kanban System Design and Team Kanban Practitioner prerequisites.
Step 1: Enroll for the Kanban System Improvement course.
Step 2: Attend the live sessions
Step 3: Each session is highly interactive with lots of discussions, simulations, seminars, and exercises.
Step 4: Complete all the given assignments.
Step 5: Once tasks are completed, candidate details will be uploaded to Kanban University’s website.
Step 6: Login with given credentials to the KU website and download your certificate.
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A Kanban Management Professional 2 certification is the second course after Kanban System Design (KMP I) to attain Kanban Management Professional credential. Also known as Kanban System Improvement, this course is designed for managers or individual contributors to achieve the following organizational goals:
Kanban Management Professional course is an alternative path to agility, allowing managers and other individual contributors to effectively build and operate a Kanban system. It is a 5 day course series consisting of Team Kanban Practitioner, Kanban System Design, and Kanban System Improvement courses.
Kanban Key Metrics are Cycle time, Lead Time Distribution and Flow Efficiency.
Kanban is an alternative approach to agility. It focuses on service orientation and creating the service “fit for purpose” by applying principles and practices of Kanban.
Kanban board in JIRA is the visual representation of the flow of work or workflow stage.
Kanban is a method that consists of 3 Service Delivery Principles, 3 Change Management Principles, 3 Scaling Principles and 6 General Practices.
Kanban and Scrum are both ways to achieve business Agility. Kanban is a method or set of practices while Scrum is a Framework, both which follows Agile Methodology. The approach is different. More differences are discussed in the video here Kanban vs Scrum Webinar and info in the article here https://www.agilefever.com/kanban
Kanban follows the lean management approach towards creating business agility.
Kanban is a signaling method that creates a pull based system. It helps you manage the flow of work by limiting WIP. It helps you to visualize the work, identify delays and bottlenecks and improve continuously. A real-life example of Kanban can be seen in Starbucks Coffee Shop. The Cashier pulls in the new customer as soon as they are free. The coffee maker caters to the placed orders as soon as the coffee machine is free.
Kanban works on a pull method. It helps you limit WIP. As soon as the work in any workflow stage goes below the WIP limit, it signals the proceeding stage and pulls in more work in their queue. Kanban system helps visualize the several workflow stages. The visualization helps the team to identify bottlenecks, optimize the flow and continuously improve.
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