SwiftKanban provides a range of basic training programs and consulting to get you and your organization up and running on a range of topics that help you understand the business value Lean, Agile and Kanban and help you make the right choices – whether you are new to Lean and Agile, whether you are a an experienced Agile team evaluating Kanban or whether you are a business manager and would like to see how Lean/ Kanban might help your function. Based on your specific situation and needs, we will tailor the program to your requirements.
Lean and Agile for First Time Adopters
This training is designed for first time adopters of Agile and/ or Lean. If you are a software team and currently use a waterfall model, iterative or any other “traditional” method for software development or if you are an IT/ DevOps function looking to improve your Service Levels to your customers and are trying to decide which Lean/ Agile methods will work best for you, this program should be able to help you. Key modules of the training include –
- Basics of Agile and Lean
- Choosing between Scrum and Kanban?
- Managing with Scrum and Kanban
- Roadmap to making the right choice
Lean and Kanban for Agile Teams
If you are an Agile team, using Scrum and/ or XP and any number of related agile tools and techniques, and are trying to understand where Lean and Kanban fit in your organization; or how they could help you improve your current processes, you will find this program interesting. Key modules of the training include –
- Basics of Lean and Kanban
- Managing Agile Projects using Kanban (or What is this Scrumban?!)
- Scaling Agile in the Enterprise with Kanban
Lean and Kanban for Business
The value of Lean principles has long been understood by business functions. Starting from its origins in manufacturing, Lean principles have helped business become more efficient, trim waste, increase throughput and maximize quality and value to their customers. The advent of Kanban and Kanban tools has heightened awareness of the business value of Lean and business functions such as HR, Staffing, Sales and Marketing, Procurement, and many others are using Kanban as a way to adopt Lean principles in their organizations. If you are interested to learn how Lean and Kanban can help your organization, this program will help! Key modules of the training include:
- Why Agile and Lean matter to the Business
- Lean Startup Principles – How they apply to you
- Basics of Lean and Kanban
- Implementation Guidelines
Migrating to an Electronic Kanban Board (from a Physical Board)
If you have been using a physical Kanban board (or other forms of visual task boards) in your team, you already understand the benefits of Kanban and visual management of projects and operations! However, physical boards can be limiting, especially for distributed teams, or mature teams with strong focus on metrics, or even teams that are new and need an easy way to redesign and reorganize their Kanban boards so that they can make changes to their processes as needed. At the same time, moving to an electronic board can lead to a need to adapt your current practices and invest in other technology so that as a team, you are able to collaborate better and continue to deliver value. If you are looking at moving to an electronic board, this course is for you!
- Challenges and Benefits of Physical Boards
- Challenges and Benefits of Electronic Kanban Tools
- Making the right Choice
- Running a Daily Standup using an Electronic Kanban Tool
Digite’s consulting and professional services team boasts of a number of senior professionals experienced in range of areas related to software development, Lean/ Agile Project Management, Kanban implementation, distributed team management and outsourcing. These consultants can help you plan your Lean/ Kanban roadmap, train your team and provide ongoing support in your Lean/ Agile journey.
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