Kanban Training in Charlottesville March 21-22
Join us for Lean-Kanban University Accredited Kanban Training March 21-22!
Impact Makers is offering an in-depth two-day Kanban training seminar in Charlottesville, Virginia. We are teaming with Daniel Vacanti to offer the training class to provide an introduction to Lean, Pull Systems and Kanban.
As a participant in the class you will learn how to:
- Drive change by limiting work-in-progress,
- Create policies that positively constrain the collaborative game of software development, and
- Manage risk and change negotiations into collaborative problem solving.
This class is based on David J. Anderson’s book Kanban – Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business. Attendees of the class will receive a copy of the book.
If you are looking for new ways to unleash productivity, innovation, collaboration and creativity, you’ll find this is two days well spent.
Register Now! Cost is $1,350. Group pricing is available – register two attendees for $1,100 each or bring 4 paid attendees and get a 5th one free!
About the Accreditation
This class is Accredited through Lean-Kanban University. To read about the benefits and learn more, visit their website.
Daniel Vacanti, of Corporate Kanban, is a 16 year software industry veteran. He worked with David Anderson on the world’s first implementations of Kanban and was a contributor to and a primary reviewer of David’s Kanban book. Daniel specializes in the leading, mentoring, and coaching of teams in lean and agile practices. His emphasis is on the business-appropriate use of technology and process to help companies achieve their specific economic goals. Daniel’s current interest is focused on how variability affects knowledge work and how the proper application of risk management can make organizations more predictable.
Kanban, like Agile, is a Lean project delivery management process. David Anderson and Daniel Vacanti developed and tuned Kanban project practices with over a decade of projects at top technology companies, including Microsoft. Kanban focuses on making small, iterative changes that evolve business processes into more efficient and manageable work streams while avoiding the risks associated with massive, monolithic change. Used effectively, Kanban will help you and your organization evolve into a more efficient project delivery machine!
Day 1 – Kanban Mechanics
- Demand Analysis
- Value-Network Mapping
- Work Item Types
- WIP Limits
- Classes of Service
- Service Level Agreements (SLA)
- Kanban Simulation Game
Day 2 – Why Kanban?
- Recipe for Success
- Case Studies
- Improvement Opportunities
- Understanding Variation
- Bottleneck Management
- Economic Cost Model for Lean (Waste)