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Kanban is an amazing method to effectively bring continuous improvement to your organization. This is accomplished through a highly enjoyable way to visualize your process, disclosure of opportunities for improvement, and effective ways to do root cause analysis. Even better, Kanban does not require you to abandon your current process, thus significantly reducing risk and adoption costs. You can even apply it to your current agile processes!
Who should attend? This course is good for a wide range of professionals, from upper and middle management to technical leadership and staff. This is because Kanban is equally effective being applied at all levels of the organization (not only at the lowest or middle management level). It is equally applicable on technical, administrative, scientific, and virtually any area of the organization.
About the certification? We offer three levels of certification and this course is the initial one that gives you the foundation to effectively implement Kanban. To get certified you will need to fulfill some extra requirements detailed on our website.
Is this course valid towards other agile certifications? Yes, this course counts as PDUs towards PMI-ACPsm and PMI-PMPTM.
What materials will I receive? Course notes and a copy of David Anderson’s Kanban book.
Format: two-day workshop, Live Training
PDUs. 14 PDUs, valid towards PMI-CPsm and PMI-PMPTM certifications
Masa K Maeda Masa is the founder and principal consultant of Valueinnova LLC, a coaching, consulting and training business on Lean Value Innovation, Lean, Agile, Kanban, and Scrum. He has a tracking record of bringing successful adoptions on diverse industries internationally (10 countries in America, Europe, Asia and Africa). He is currently writing a book on Lean Value Innovation. Previously, he was an associate of David J. Anderson & Associates (before becoming an associate he translated David’s book on Kanban into the Spanish). He was a founding–team member at four technology–pioneering startups in Silicon Valley. Prior to that, Masa did R&D at Apple Inc., and in Japan did R&D at Justsystems Corporation (the best Japanese software company).