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Kanban Basics

Kanban Basics course has been designed to help you learn how to use Kanban for your services or to support products and projects in a complex environment.

Master key Kanban fundamentals for workflow visualization, work-in-progress limits, and efficient flow management.

Learn to visualize and optimize workflow with Kanban Boards for enhanced efficiency.

Apply Kanban Method for efficient support in complex environments, spanning services, products, and projects.


Duration : 4 hrs

Time: 9 am - 5 pm in all time zones

$ 500

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The Kanban Basics course provides a comprehensive understanding of the Kanban methodology, a Lean workflow management system. Covering key Kanban fundamentals, participants learn to visualize workflow, set work-in-progress limits, and manage flow with Kanban Boards. This course equips individuals to efficiently apply the Kanban Method for effective service, product, and project support in complex environments.

History of Agile

The history of Agile, originating in the early 2000s, saw the creation of the Agile Manifesto, emphasizing collaborative and iterative approaches in software development. Influential methodologies like Scrum, Extreme Programming, and Kanban emerged, with Kanban being a well-liked framework for implementing agile and DevOps, emphasizing transparency and real-time capacity communication. This Agile movement has since transcended software development, impacting diverse industries with its customer-centric and adaptable principles.

  • Origin of Agile

  • Agile Manifesto and Principles

  • Kanban Definition

  • Kanban Vs. Kanban System

  • History of Kanban

Kanban Setup

Setting up a Kanban system involves utilizing a visual Kanban board, embodying Lean workflow management principles. With columns and cards, the process includes customization, work-in-progress limits—a fundamental Kanban principle, and may integrate feedback loops for continuous improvement within workflow management systems. This comprehensive approach aligns with Kanban Basics and the Kanban Method for optimal operational efficiency.

  • Toyota’s Six Rules

  • Push vs. Pull

  • ​Kanban Principles

Kanban Principals

Kanban principles, rooted in the Kanban Method and Lean workflow management, stress visualizing work on a board, limiting work-in-progress for focus, and optimizing flow within a dynamic workflow management system. The core basic principle of Kanban underscores the need to thoroughly understand processes for effective improvement, aligning with Kanban Basics and a customer-centric approach.

  • Visualization the flow of work

  • ​Limit Work in Progress

  • Manage Flow

  • Explicit Policies

  • Feedback Loops and Continuous Improvement

Kanban Metrices

In Kanban and Agile methodologies, the Cumulative Flow Diagram (CFD) is a sophisticated analytics chart that, along with essential metrics like Lead Time, illuminate workflow dynamics. Rooted in the Kanban Method and Lean workflow management, these tools provide valuable insights for continuous improvement in a dynamic workflow management system.

  • Cumulative Flow Diagram

  • Lead Time, Process Time, Activity Ratio, %C&A

  • Kanban and Scrum Difference and Similarities


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