Course description

  • What is the focus of this course?

    The Kanban method is a developmental approach to alter management by encouraging leadership qualities at all levels. It pursues evolutionary changes which develops business processes using Kaizen approach to cut down risks related to complex programmes.The Kanban system design course aids professionals to achieve complete knowledge on Kanban methodology.
     

  • What are the course objectives?


    By the end of this course, you will be able to:

    • Differentiate between demand and capability
    • Create Kanban systems and their respective visualizations
    • Understand internal and external sources of dissatisfaction
    • Design knowledge discovery process
    • Identify improvements and classes of services
    • Select cadences for activities
    • Frame  a rollout plan, negotiating strategy with stakeholders

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  • What are the benefits of a certification from Simplilearn?

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  • What are the prerequisites for taking this course?

    This course does not have any prerequisites
     

  • 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 work. Incorporating Scrum and working with it includes more responsibility, iterative planning and sprint reviews. This is quite a challenge when compared to Kanban, which is less structured than Scrum, and can be applied to ongoing processes. Scrum promotes commitment as a change catalyst, unlike Kanban, which leverages work In progress (WIP) limits as a change agent.

  • Who should take this Kanban Management Professional-1 (KMP-1) course?

    From senior members looking to adopt Lean Management to members of delivery teams wanting to improve their working practices, Kanban is suitable for multiple audiences in an organization. This includes the following:

    • Project and product managers
    • Business analysts
    • Scrum Masters, team leads and change agents
    • Software developers and testers
    • Agile coaches and practitioners

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