The Kanban method is an emerging methodology for software development. It evolves your current software development processes through refinement and continuous improvement while leveraging Lean practices. Building visual, iterative, and lean solutions from what is known is the cornerstone of Kanban projects. The ultimate goal is to build quality software products using modern methods.
With Kanban, a picture is truly worth a 1,000 words. The centrepiece of Kanban is the Kanban Board representing the visualization of the workflow and the current state of development. Kanban boards distinguish the Kanban process as a uniquely visual device for managing software processes and workflows.
This a two-day course, where delegates start with an understanding of the fundamentals of Kanban and conclude with advanced techniques, such as Scrumban. Learn in a collaborative and open environment where delegates experience Kanban through participation.
History of Kanban
7 types of wastes
Work in Process
Visualization: Kanban Cards; Kanban board
Cycle / Lead times
Reporting and analysis
Enter / Exit criteria
Scrum versus Kanban
This course is intended for anyone planning to participate on a Kanban team, including developers, designers, architects, product owners, and testers.
Reading the following article / blogs is not required but would be helpful as a prelude to this course.
How to define and visualize their current process via Kanban teams. Leveraging iterative and continuous improvement, delegates will learn to create efficient software workflows that delivery high-value products:
Evolve and refine existing software development processes
Creating Kanban cards
Efficiency through limiting work in process
Both single and parallel workflows
In addition, delegates will emerge with the ability to:
Actively participate on a Kanban team
Employ the principles and core values of Kanban
Refine and improve upon current processes; the practice of continuous improvement.
Reports and analysis to help evaluate and adapt performance and deliverables
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.
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