Course description

  • What is the focus of this course?

    Kanban Management Professional course is for those who have already aced the basics of Kanban and are willing to enter into an advanced management domain.

  • What are the course objectives?

    By the end of Simplilearn’s course on KMP, you will be able to:

    • Craft techniques for single and multiple Kanban systems
    • Comprehend and manage work-in-progress (WIP) at scale
    • Introduce risk management practices into Kanban systems
    • Apply effective feedback loops
    • Gain knowledge on concepts of Forecasting
    • Learn about risk Management and cost of delay


    • How would a certificate from Simplilearn help me?

      In today’s era where technologies and best practices are changing rapidly and demand for qualified candidates is significantly increasing, a certificate from Simplilearn is the key to your success and a valuable add-on in your resume.Our training courses are designed and updated by 2000+ renowned industry experts, and more than 40 global training organizations have recognized us as an official provider of certification training.

    • What are the prerequisites for taking this course?

      • Participants of this course are expected to have read the following Kanban books:
      1. Kanban by David J Anderson
      2. Kanban from the Inside by Mike Burrows       
      • Prior attendance at KMP1: Kanban System Design is beneficial

    • What is Kanban?What is the difference between Scrum and Kanban?

      Kanban is an Agile management method for teams to visualize their work, determine and reduce risks, and achieve improvement in terms of quantity and quality without compromising the respect for current roles and responsibilities of the team.

      Scrum is a well-defined process for framing your work.Incorporating Scrum and working with it includes more responsibility, iterative planning, sprint reviews, which is quite a challenge as compared to Kanban which is less structured than Scrum and can be applied to already running processes.Scrum promotes commitment as a change catalyst unlike Kanban which leverages Work In Progress(WIP) Limits as a change agent.

    • Who should take up this course?

      This course is for anyone looking for new ways to optimize the flow of knowledge:

      • Project Managers / Program Managers
      • Agile Coaches and Consultants
      • Software developers, Testers, Business analysts

    • Disclaimer
    • PMP, PMI, PMBOK, CAPM, PgMP, PfMP, ACP, PBA, RMP, SP, and OPM3 are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.