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Scrum Better With Kanban - SBK - Online 2 evenings 12/06/24 & 13/06/24


Scrum Better With Kanban

It is rarely the case of making a choice of Scrum or Kanban, but how can we use both to best serve our teams, customers, and organisation.

Is Scrum Better with Kanban the Right Course For Me?
If you are a Scrum practitioner, team lead, Scrum Master, Agile coach, or a manager who wants to understand an evolutionary approach to improving your Scrum using the Kanban practices, the Scrum Better with Kanban course is a great place to get started!

Coach: Learn from an experienced and pragmatic coach who has not only built his knowledge over the years but also applied this learning in his hands-on, day-to-day consulting covering the finance, energy, and defence sectors and get certified by Kanban University the demonstrate your commitment to learning and developing your toolset.

Duration: Eight-hour virtual course delivered over 1 day or 2 x 4 hour sessions

Pre-Requisites: All experience levels are welcome! No previous Kanban training or experience is required

Certified Training: Participants will receive a certificate of completion and earn the Scrum Kanban Practitioner (SKP) credential

Learn the Six General Practices of the Kanban Method:
• Visualize - Show work and its flow.
• Limit Work in Progress - Stop starting, start finishing!
• Manage Flow - Identify and manage what is preventing work from flowing.
• Make policies explicit - Have agreed policies, visible to everyone involved.
• Establish Feedback loops - At the right cadence to provide guidance.
• Improve collaboratively, and evolve experimentally - Using the scientific method.

Learn the Three Change Management Principles:
• Start where you are!
• Agree to pursue evolutionary change.
• Acts of leadership at all levels.

What You Will Leave With:
• Learn how to identify and analyse the challenges in and around your Scrum and how to prepare solutions to address these challenges.
• Identify and develop solutions to the variability that is delaying or slowing down your work.
• Develop and test potential solutions to problems that reflect the principles and practices of the Kanban Method.