Eposta: [email protected] Eğitim Takvimi


Discover the advantages of using Kanban by attending this 2day certification course. You will learn how to implement the Kanban method to improve your processes and dramatically accelerate the flow of your work.


This 2 day course provides you with a thorough introduction to David J. Anderson’s Kanban method. The Kanban method is specifically designed to avoid the emotional resistance that often goes with changing processes. Therefore, Kanban focuses on making incremental, iterative changes that evolve business processes into more efficient work streams while avoiding the risks associated with complex change programs.

By attending this course, you will learn how to design a successful kanban system and initiate change with Kanban. You will learn to understand the concepts of flow, pull, and collaborative improvement. At the end of the course, you will be able to design a Kanban system and experience in practice how to use Kanban to improve capabilities of your organization, e.g. shorter and more predictable delivery times, better risk management, increased trust and continuous improvement.

Target audience

Team leaders, agile developers & testers, program and project managers, change agents, development managers, ScrumMasters, middle and senior management, …


The content of this course covers the following topics. They will be presented using a combination of teaching, discussion, games and non technical exercises.

  • Controlling work in progress (from push to pull)
  •  Visualizing processes and work (designing the card wall)
  •  Measuring and managing flow (control charts, flow diagrams, etc.)
  •  Making policies explicit (eg. classes of service)
  •  Managing risk with capacity allocation
  •  Managing change and collaborative improvement

You will receive

  •  a certificate of completion
  • registration as member on the LKU website
  • ecopy of presentation (pdf)


  •  Kanban Introduction
    • What is Kanban?
    • Kanban with a big ‘K’ and little ‘k’
    • Kanban to Manage Change:
      • Kaizen
      • Kaikaku
    • Principles of the Kanban Method
    • Kanban Core Practices
    • When is Kanban Typically Used?
  • Identify Work Items:
    • Demand Analysis
    • Handling Large Work Items
    • Kanban Cards
    • Sizing Work Items
  • Value Streams
    • What is a Value Stream
    • Mapping the Knowledge Discovery Process through Value
    • Stream Mapping
  • Kanban Boards
    • The Relationship between a Kanban Board and the Value Stream
    • Setting up and using a Kanban Board
    • Different Options for Kanban Boards
    • Queues and Buffers
  • Limit Work In Progress (WIP)
    • Queuing Theory – Little’s Law
    • Calculating Lead Time
    • Calculating Throughput
    • Calculating WIP
    • Calculating Release Time
    • Why Limit WIP
    • Techniques to Limit WIP
    • Where to Apply WIP Limits
  • Make Management Policies Explicit
    • Definition of ‘Done’
    • Classes of Service
    • Cost of Delay
    • Service Level Agreements
  • Measuring and Managing Flow
    • Cumulative Flow Diagrams in Relation to Kanban
    • How to Produce a Cumulative Flow Diagram
    • How to Measure Lead Time
    • How to Measure WIP
    • How to Measure Flow
    • Optimising Flow
    • How to use the Cumulative Flow Diagram to Identify Problems
    • Five Focusing Steps to Remove Bottlenecks
    • Interpreting a Control Chart
    • Interpreting a lead time distribution chart
  • Sources of Variability
    • Sources of dissatisfaction
    • The impact of variability
    • Techniques and strategies for removing variability
  • Empirical Feedback
    • Improvement Kata
    • Cadence and Rhythm
    • Daily Standups
    • Retrospectives
    • Operations Review
  • Apply your learning
    • TeamBased Realistic Simulation of a Kanban System in Practice
  • Kanban in your Organisation
    • The Context for Change
    • The Steps required to Build a Kanban system
    • Apply a Kanban System to your Organisation
    • Prepare a RollOut
    • Plan for your Organisation
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