Kanban System Design (KMP I)
Learn the fundamentals of the Kanban Method. Experience Kanban with a simulation game and hands-on exercises to design a Kanban board.
Who should attend?
Managers and team members who want to start a Kanban initiative or get more out of their current Kanban system.Download the syllabus
Learn Kanban Method and the concepts of flow, pull, and collaborative improvement.
- Visualizing different types of work
- Visual board design and ticket design
- Dealing with interrupted work and multitasking
- Understanding pull systems
- Understanding classes of service How to create flow in the work
Become faster and more responsive, with better risk management and governance.
What is Kanban?
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 a means of limiting work-in-progress and signalling 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. Lean Kanban University classes teach the steps to guide you through the Kanban Method and model your work using Kanban.
No prerequisites. Attendees are encouraged to read "Kanban" by David J Anderson or "Kanban from the Inside" by Mike Burrows, prior to the course.