This course gives you a jump-start on your Kanban journey, helps you to understand
how it differs from other methods, and provides the foundation for applying Kanban
principles in your own organization. The case studies and examples demonstrate how
other companies leverage Kanban.
Kanban methods have increased in popularity. Going beyond the manufacturing origins,
more and more teams in information technology are adopting the practices. Kanban
methods go beyond the visual aspects of the Kanban board. In addition to visualizing
the work in progress, Kanban provides techniques to manage the flow of work and
continuously improve on that flow. The concepts are easy to understand yet difficult
The advantages of a Kanban systems includes flexibility of process, reduced waste,
increased productivity, and improved efficiency. Learn to focus on the work that
is needed and reduce the time spent on the wrong work.
This course provides guidance on Kanban implementation and bootstrapping a Kanban
system in your own organization. Understand how Kanban is a cultural change initiative
and what that shift means.
The Kanban workshop is for anyone trying to create a cultural framework for continuous
improvement; finding the problems, identifying bottlenecks, and managing the work
in process. Learn how Kanban can be applied to your software development workflow
and how it differs from other development methods.
Organizing and Leading Kanban Teams
The Kanban method is an adaptive system that helps organizations evolve their
processes. It can start small but it can be a catalyst for overall cultural change.
Kanban promotes incremental change in process, processes tailored to each project
or value stream, and continuous improvement.