Kanban Management Professional (KMP II)
Gain the knowledge necessary for rollout and daily operation of a Kanban system. Learn how to manage your Kanban system and evolve it over time.
Managers and team members who are currently using a Kanban system, have prior experience with Kanban, or followed the KMP I training.
Kanban is a method of organizing and managing professional services work. It uses Lean concepts such as limiting work in progress to improve results.
A Kanban system is means of limiting work-in-progress and signaling when capacity is available to start new work. This is known as a “pull system.”
For intangible goods — invisible work performed by knowledge workers — it is necessary to visualize a kanban system using a kanban board. The board can visualize the work, its workflow, the kanban system, plus various business and delivery risks. Kanban facilitates complex handling of the work and allows real control of the workload.
- Dealing with resistance to WIP limits;
- Understanding asymmetrical commitment;
- Rollout phases for a Kanban initiative;
- Developing a service orientation;
- Managing evolutionary change.
Implement continuous improvement for sustainable customer satisfaction. Earn the Kanban Management Professional (KMP) certification, an industry-recognized credential.
Attendees should have followed the Kanban System Design (KMP I) training. You must follow both KMP I and KMP II trainings to obtain the KMP certification.
Lean Kanban University classes teach the steps to guide you through the Kanban Method and model your work using Kanban. The Kanban Management Professional training is offered by Pyxis under license from the Lean Kanban University.