Prerequisites: Students should be familiar with the Scrum Framework and have applied it at least once within their organization. It is mandatory that students are familiar with the latest Scrum Guide before attending this training.
Having a Scrum certification is not a mandatory requirement. No previous Kanban training or Experience is required.
Format: The course is a mix of presentation, simulation, and exercises.
1.0 Getting started
1.1 Learning about your Scrum implementations
2.0 Know Kanban Method, Scrum
2.1 Understand Kanban Practices
2.2 Know workflow, work-items, and work-item types
2.3 Applying Kanban workflow concepts to Scrum to improve flow
2.4 Improve your Scrum board to enable better Flow of value delivery
3.0 Using Kanban with Scrum
Improve your Daily Standup with Kanban practices
3.1 Managing unplanned work
3.2 Estimation challenges
3.3 Monitor and address delays in your Sprint delivery
3.4 Understand Lead-time and address variability in delivery
3.5 Understand and address sources of delay
3.6 Improve your Backlog Refinement
3.7 Understand dormancy and improve the work flow
4.0 Understanding Change Management Principles
4.1 Using Evolutionary Change formula to understand your team’s problems
4.2 Using Evolutionary Change to figure out Ideas for solutions
5.0 Final reflections and resources
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