The KMP II class will help you adopt Kanban and enhance your existing Kanban system. You will consider what type of Kanban initiative may be most appropriate for your organization and how to manage and evolve it over time without trauma. The class also covers the recommended feedback loops like service delivery review, operations review, and risk review.
During the course, we will discuss the following Kanban topics:
To support classroom teaching this course uses non-technical exercises, case studies, and a simulation exercise.
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“Kanban Systems Improvement” is a 2-day advanced level course that will help participants build on their existing knowledge of the Kanban Method and will help them take their current Kanban implementation to the next level.
Upon successfully completing the KSI Kanban course, attendees will become accredited members of Kanban University.
The Kanban Management Professional course has no prerequisites. However, prior attendance in the Kanban System Design class is preferred. Also, reading “Kanban” by David J Anderson or “Kanban from the Inside” by Mike Burrows is recommended.
There is no exam for the Kanban Management Professional. However, you must attend the Kanban System Improvement training sessions and complete all the assignments to get certified.
The cost of certification is included in the Kanban Management Professional training fee. You need not pay for anything separately for the Kanban System Improvement course.
Once you join our virtual KMP-2 Certification program, you will participate in a Kanban System Improvement online session, as indicated in the schedule. You will also be expected to complete KMP2 program assignments. On completing all classes and assignments successfully, you will be awarded the Kanban Management Professional certification.
David J Anderson – the founder of Kanban Inc, the parent body of KU – pioneered the use of the “Kanban Method” for knowledge work and service work since 2005. Over the past several years, David – with assistance from an active Kanban community – has enhanced the Kanban method by incorporating concepts such as pull systems, queuing theory, and flow.
Today, the KU Kanban certifications are the most renowned Kanban certifications in the technology world.