"Certified Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II)", a two-day training, systematically builds upon the foundations established in "Kanban System Design – A System Thinking Approach to Evolutionary Change (KMP I)" or your existing Kanban knowledge. By focusing on the complex demands of a multi-teamed organization, we explore how to keep momentum beyond initial improvements realized from a successful Kanban implementation. We address the need to ensure that better products and services lead to higher customer satisfaction and business performance through the sound management and understanding of the seven cadences offered by Kanban.
All team members who want a deeper understanding of the software development process
Training helps to
You will learn about the techniques which can be used to achieve the full-potential of your Kanban system. In this advanced Kanban training, we work on scaling, prioritizing and forecasting—those themes which need a system that has been in place for a while and has somewhat matured.
At the end of the training, each participant is invited to a closed group on Facebook, where they can ask the trainers any questions, as well as learn about exclusive offers.
A letter with additional materials, a list of articles and literature for self-study.
Professional photos of the training process.
Each participant will receive a thematic gift from the AgileLAB team.
We will take and send you pictures of flipcharts with diagrams and results of exercises.
16 hours of training
Two days from 10 to 18 with a lunch break, coffee breaks every one hour and a half. We fix the theory by practice, working in small groups of 4-5 people.
Lunches and coffee breaks
Lunches and coffee breaks are included in the cost of the training. A vegetarian menu is also available.
In the program
This course provides the essential tools to those wanting to grow a learning organization and leverage the many services which connect and interact. After these two days, you will uncover the potential still hidden in your system, even if you are currently using Kanban successfully.