Kanban System Design (KSD / KMP I)
Core Kanban practices to design and evolve a Kanban system
The Kanban Method is a management method to improve service delivery, catalyze improvements and evolve a business to be “fit for purpose”. In this class, we will cover simple concepts that are powerful in helping you organize, understand, and manage your work.
You will learn how to design a Kanban system and initiate evolutionary change with Kanban. You will learn the basic concepts of flow, pull, and collaborative improvement. You will also learn how to become faster and more responsive through better risk management and governance. You will gain practical insights on how to understand your systems of work so that you can implement or improve Kanban within your organization.
This is part 1 of a 2-part credential certificate program for the Kanban Management Professional
- What you’ll learn
- What you get
- Annual Renewal
- Professional Development Units (PDUs) and Scrum Education Units (SEUs)
Learn the Principles and Practices of the Kanban Method
Experience the flow of a Kanban system
Learn how to identify work item types and classes of service
Utilize the Systems Thinking Approach to Introducing Kanban (STATIK) to understand your systems of work and how to design your initial Kanban system
Learn the fundamentals of visual board design and card design
All are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience.
Class registration includes:
- 16 hours of training
- Attendee workbook
- Standard certificate of completion only. (This is part 1 of a 2-part credential certificate program for the Kanban Management Professional.)
Attendees must attend both days of the course to receive the certificate.
Kanban University (KU) certificates do not have an expiry date or annual renewal.
- You may be eligible to apply for 15 PDUs toward your continuing education requirements with the Project Management Institute (PMI) certifications
- You may be eligible to apply for 15 SEUs under Category C, toward earning or renewing through the Scrum Alliance