Code
BCTAGL009
Duration
2 days
Tags
Online Offline

DescriptionWhat we offer

This course teach you how Kanban helps you drive improvements, both in your environment and in the surrounding value stream and of course is a reminder for what is an Agile mindset. Learn how to introduce Kanban and how to use Kanban to spark cooperative problem solving.

ObjectivesWhat you learn

  • How to use Kanban software development to create and build high quality code in a shorter period than the team's current capability
  • The importance of managing work in progress (WIP)
  • How to analyze and manage requirements in a Lean-Agile project
  • Options for estimating, sizing and decomposing work
  • How to implement Kanban starting where you are now
  • How to use continuous flow diagrams
  • Why visibility is critical in all Lean-Agile implementations
  • How to properly involve management with the team

TopicsThe best for you

  • Introduction
  • Lean-Agile overview
    • Context
    • Managing discovery
    • Roles, responsibilities, and boundaries
    • Incremental realization of value
  • Key points
    • Drive by value
    • Small increments
    • Visibility
    • The ?whole? team
  • Understanding Lean
    • Key drivers
    • Lean thinking
    • Lean-Agile management
  • Iterative development
  • Implementing Kanban
    • Vision statements
    • Establish Kanban policies and agreements
    • Establish the Kanban board
    • Establish classes of service
    • Managing WIP limits
    • Kanban and estimation
    • Kanban practices
    • Kanban hybrids
  • Lean-Agile business practices
    • Business prioritization
    • Business planning
    • Business backlog and readiness
  • Lean-Agile team practices
    • Product backlog management
    • Decomposition and writing stories
    • Build quality in
    • Estimating
    • Kanban meetings
  • Lean-Agile management practices
    • Visibility
    • Flow of delivery of value
    • Transition

PrerequisitesWhat should you know

  • None

AudienceWho should attend

  • All members of an agile team and managers