The following courses are standard off-the-shelf courses which can be delivered with or without any customisation. For tailored training, see the next section.
Kanban System Design (KMP I)
Duration: 3 day.
Accreditation: Kanban University.
Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II)
Duration: 3 days.
Accreditation: Kanban University.
All of our in-house courses can be delivered onsite, or as virtual classrooms for remote participants.
Training can be customized to the needs of your teams and staff.
If you are not sure what training is suitable to help your teams deliver more value, then contact us to talk with an experienced agile consultant who can guide you through the options which are most suitable.
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Who should attend Kanban training?
Kanban courses are suitable for any of the following:
- Anyone who wants to be successful using Kanban within their organisation or anyone who works with teams utilising Kanban.
- Those new to Kanban and those who have explored Kanban but who now want to consolidate their knowledge in a practical setting.
- Traditional and Agile business roles (including project managers, development team members, business analysts, scrum product owners and scrum masters) who want to enhance their Agile skillset.
- Whole teams who want the opportunity to experience and learn Kanban together, creating an excellent foundation for them to move forward together!
Kanban training can be applied to a wide variety of industries and businesses of any size. Whether you’re in a leadership role, development role or otherwise, a good understanding of the Kanban method is an invaluable way to make yourself and your teams more productive and demonstrate to peers and employers that you understand how to achieve high levels of quality and throughout.
Agile training for organisations
6 reasons to choose agileKRC for your in-house agile training:
- agileKRC are agile pioneers and have been involved in agile since the days of the Agile Manifesto. agileKRC Founder, Keith Richards led the teams that wrote DSDM Atern, PRINCE2 Agile and helped develop AgilePM.
- All our agile trainers are experts in the agile field and bring you the benefits of their real-world agile experience.
- All our in-house/onsite training can be customized to your teams’ needs and are designed around using agile in the real world to gain immediate results.
- We avoid training ‘death by PowerPoint’ and focus on delivering strongly interactive sessions to help your teams develop the skills needed in today’s business world.
- We are passionate about agile, which is why we go the extra mile to ensure that our training meets the needs of your teams and staff. If you aren’t happy with our results, then neither are we.
- agileKRC was independently verified as a Leader for Agile Project Management training in the Trusted Training Radar® report for Agile Project Management Training (Spring 2020). agileKRC received the highest ratings of any Agile Project Management training provider for learner satisfaction and confidence to deliver training outcomes.
'Heavy-weight,' cumbersome and process-centric project management methods tend to place more emphasis on delivering to the requirement specification than providing quality and value. While agile methodologies such as Scrum resolve many of the issues faced by waterfall or traditional management, they each come with their own unique set of challenges. Namely, a long list of prerequisites, that if not met, can ultimately lead to a failed implementation of Agile.
The success (or failure) of many Agile methods is influenced by factors such as: company maturity, team maturity, allocation of team members to multiple projects, effective product ownership, transparency, and visualization. Scrum may suit some, but it isn't easy to use in organizations with a strong control-and-command culture. It is also a challenge to scale Scrum to the program and portfolio level, as it is (by nature) better suited to smaller projects. [MORE]
If you face similar issues, Kanban might be just what you need. One significant benefit of using Kanban is that it respects an organization's current roles, titles, hierarchies, and starts the improvement process from there.
Kanban makes sense from a project management perspective. With Kanban, you are always working on the most important activities first, as quickly as you can. There are some similarities with Scrum, for example, visualization and feedback loops. With Kanban, however, you can handle different types of work on one board. With Kanban, you can capture and measure all various work types, including technical work, repetitive work (e.g., meetings, status, and risk reporting), subcontractors' work, and unexpected work. It allows you to get a holistic view of your project as it is visualized on the Kanban board, and best of all, you get rid of your project plans, activity lists, and Excel sheets.
Kanban certifications look great on any CV. They make it easy for employers, clients, and customers to verify your Kanban management skills. In addition, this certification doesn't require candidates to sit a certification exam and is valid for life!
All courses are accredited by Kanban University.
All course content is delivered by a professionally certified Kanban trainer, approved by the Kanban University.