Agile Kanban İstanbul Bootcamp helps build an understanding of Agile Mindset, Kanban, Lean Product Development, and Kanban process learning objectives. You will also delve into key concepts such as adaptive planning, value-driven development, team collaboration and frequent feedback for continuous improvement. Participants come away with a solid understanding of core concepts as they prepare to embark on their agile journey.
When: 1st June 2020 – 14th June 2020
Duration: 8 Sessions / 16 Hours with Deep Dives and Exercises
Location: Online Courses – Courses will be recorded!
Audience: Agile Coaches, Agile/Kanban Masters, Team Members, Development Managers and Leads, Delivery Managers, Project Managers, IT Managers
Prerequisites: Agile curiosity and a willingness to improve
Certification: Agile Kanban İstanbul Certificate
Price: Early Bird: 899 TL valid until 21th May – Regular Price: 999 TL (Including VAT)
Quote: Maksimum 12 Person
Register: [email protected]
Agile Kanban Bootcamp has 8 online sessions in 2 weeks. Each session is 2 hours long.
Training: Each session will start with training around 30 – 45 min.
Deep Dives: Courses will be enriched with homework and workshops.
Case Studies: Examples from different domains will be examined with participants and will discuss in online sessions.
Coaching Help: Participants will learn how to execute agile in their companies or own agile journey.
Discover the value streams in the organizations.
Determination of disruptive points within the scope of the Kanban Maturity Model
Value-oriented analysis of relationships between teams
To analyze the current situation to increase the efficiency of the teams
Directing on determining the target situation
Triggering collaboration between teams
Adopting scientific thinking to achieve challenging goals
1 – Kick Start with Kanban Values and Principles
In order to create a robust knowledge base, we have to understand Kanban values and principles very well. In this section, you will learn the Kanban 9 values and 6 principles details. Also you will learn the difference of the Kanban method.
2 – Visualising the Flow
Kanban is not just a board. Visualizing the different levels of your organization flow is the key for the successfully implementing Kanban method. In this section you will learn how to build your first Kanban board and other key parts of the visualization techniques.
3 – Limit Work in Progress with Pull
Limiting work in progress is the hardest part of the Kanban method while introducing it to your organization. In this section, you will learn strong strategies for mitigating applying WIP practice. Also, you will learn Little’s Law so you will be able to convince others that why applying WIP practice is good for your organization with the mathematical proofs
4 – Manage the Flow
Identifying obstacles in the flow and tackling them step by step from right to left is very important. In this section, you will understand what is the meaning of value streams. In order to manage the flow, you have to measure the flow. You will learn important metrics for your flow. After that, you will start learning Domain StoryTelling concepts to decode the flow.
5 – Feedback loops with KMM
Learn about Kanban cadences and what you need to do to get your team on a path of continuous improvement with Kanban Maturity Level. The Kanban Maturity Model (KMM)l is a new, powerful tool enterprises on transformation and improvement using the Kanban Method.
6 – Managing the Projects with Kanban
You will learn how to manage your projects with the Kanban method and Kata. Learn the basics of managing projects the Kanban way and stand a chance to dramatically accelerate throughput and results.
7 – Scaling Kanban with Domain StoryTelling
Agility holds the key to success in a disruptive era. In order to reach an agility state, you have to apply Kanban all around the organization but first, you have to understand the domain deeply. It doesn’t matter what you use at the team level. You have to apply Kanban at the highest level possible. In this section, you will learn how to scale Kanban in your organization.
8 – Theory of Constraints and Kanban
Every system has constraints and with the Kanban Method, you will be able to see constraints in your organization. Kanban Method can be described as an evolution of the Five Focusing Steps embodiment of the Theory of Constraints In this section, you will learn how to apply Theory of Constraints in your organization.