Extended Education

Martine Devos' Coaching kanban for Teams

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Organization

Agile Coaching TeamGenius -- mmdevos@acm.org

Trainer

  • Course

    Date: 10-11 October, 2013
    Location: London, United Kingdom

    Regular Price: £1295.00

    Kanban is an emerging process framework for software development with a long and proven history in manufacturing and new product design. In Martine Devos' Coaching kanban for Teams course, you will learn to master the elements of kanban, from start to more advanced concepts.

    You will learn how to use kanban as a Lean framework that helps continuous improvement, reduce work in progress, and increase efficiency with a light-weight process.

    Upon completion of this kanban course, you will understand how to use kanban not only within the boundaries of your software development environment but also beyond (eg in operations and maintenance environments). Also you will understand how to introduce kanban principles and practices to boost productivity of both traditional and agile teams.

    LEARN HOW TO:

    • use kanban as a Lean framework for continuous improvement
    • use kanban to reduce risk of Work In Progress (WIP)
    • increase efficiency with a light-weight process
    • introduce kanban principles and practices to boost productivity of traditional and agile teams

  • Details

    Date: 10-11 October, 2013
    Location: London, United Kingdom

    Venue:
    Skills Matter Ltd
    116-120 Goswell Road
    London, EC1V 7DP United Kingdom
    http://skillsmatter.com

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    Regular Price: £1295.00

  • Agenda

    During this 2-day course, we will use lectures, discussions and exercises to explain why there is a lot of interest in kanban right now in the agile software development community and in more traditional project management environments.

    There is no fixed order or programme for this class, but we will cover some or more of the following questions and topics:

    • What is kanban and what value does it add to scrum?
    • Where do Scrum and kanban complement each other?
    • Are there potential conflicts?
    • Is kanban easier to implement than Scrum in a more traditional culture?
    • How to get started with kanban
    • Designing our first kanban board
    • Working with service level agreements
    • Solving bottlenecks
    • Reporting and detailed metrics
    • Multifunctional team or specialism
    • Continuous improvement and learning (Kaizen and root cause analysis) cases
  • Who Should Attend

    If you work in development, support, project management, line management, training, then this kanban for Productive Teams Workshop is for you!