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KMP I: Kanban System Design

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Curso oficial de la Lean Kanban University de diseño de un Sistema Kanban, orientado a profesionales que trabajan en proyectos, servicios y/u operaciones, tanto de forma individual como en equipo. No son imprescindibles conocimientos previos de Kanban, pero se recomienda haber asistido anteriormente al curso Team Kanban Practitioner para tener los conceptos más claros y que la formación fluya mejor.

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KMP I: Kanban System Design

  1. 1. The Course Design Canvas Attendees Prerequisites Pre-course Contents Methodology & Exercises Learning Objectives Post-courseMaterials www.netmind.es Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) Course Duration ¿What is the profile of the people attending the course? Do they belong to the same team, department, organization ...? How many potential attendees are expected? Is there any basic knowledge that attendees should have? Are there any certifications required? Should they have to pass a knowledge test prior to the course? Is there any necessary experience related to course contents? Should students perform any tasks prior to the course? Read an article, watch a video, take a test ...? What learning materials will be delivered in the course? Which formats, in what languages? Are there specific technical requirements or materials that the classroom should have? Is it a classroom, online, or blended course? What kind of exercises will be done during the course? Is there balance between lecture, practice, and evaluation activities? What activities will be carried out once the training ends? Do we need to follow-up? Is there a test or exam to evaluate the knowledge acquired? What contents should be included? What is the approximate timing? What are the learning outcomes? What should the attendees know after the course? Which concepts, techniques or tools should they have learned? - People who are accountable for Service Delivery - Usual titles are: Product Manager, Project Manager, Delivery Managers, Product Owners, Team Leads, Engineering Managers, Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters - Does not apply DAY 1 - Introduction - The Meaning of Kanban - Definition of the Kanban Method - Let’s play a game - Using a Kanban System DAY 2 - Introduction to STATIK - Case Study - Sources of Dissatisfaction - Demand Analysis - Capability Analysis - Model the Workflow - Designing the Kanban System - Classes of Service - Frequencies, replenishment - Ticket Design - Board Design KMP I: Kanban System Design 2 days After this course, attendees will be capable of: - Describe and explain the Kanban Method - Identify services - Design single service Kanban systems - Manage commitment points / meetings - List Kanban principles and practices - Play a Kanban Simulation game (getKanban, Okaloa Flowlab, other) - Work in groups to design a Kanban System from scratch - PDF file with course slides in English - eBook “Kanban: Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business”, by David Anderson - 50% discount voucher for “Kanban from the Inside”, by Mike Burrows - Students will be granted with a Certificate of Completion of KMP I - Next recommended course in Lean Kanban Training Roadmap is KMP II: Kanban Management Professional - Anyone is welcome to attend this course regardless of their skillsets. - However, some experience in service delivery is helpful to get the most out of it.

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