Kanban Product Professional II

KPP II focuses on ¨when & in which sequence¨, the scheduling, and sequencing problem to optimize economic outcomes and risk. Having learned how to select the most valuable product features and functions in KPP I, this class teaches the aspiring Kanban Product Professional how to understand the best timing and sequencing in order to maximize value delivery.

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8 November

Online
4 days, 08 Nov - 11 Nov
2:00pm CET - 5:45pm CET
  • €2,225.00 excl.

21 February

Online
4 days, 21 Feb - 24 Feb
2:00pm CET - 5:45pm CET
  • Advanced Registration: Register 45 days prior €1,780.00 excl.
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  • Description

    Managing large backlogs does not need to be tiresome and expensive.

    Learn to filter large backlogs using risk assessment frameworks, and triage thresholds. Learn to sequence work by risk profile to minimize or balance risk across a portfolio or product mix. Learn to manage dependencies efficiently by understanding cost of delay and utilizing dynamic reservation systems in downstream delivery Kanban systems to avoid unnecessary burden and wasted analysis in upstream.

    Extremistan or Mediocristan (a Pareto distributed payoff probability or a Gaussian distributed payoff probability), how would you know and why does it matter? Entirely different approaches to product management, selection, sequencing, and scheduling must be taken depending on which domain you are in. Students will learn how to recognize extremistan versus mediocristan domains and to use the appropriate methods and tools. 

    In Extremistan you must use real options theory, experimentation, tight feedback loops, and amplifying the hot spots in your data and experience. You need human approaches to make sense out of complexity, and to enable emergent product optimization. 

    In Mediocristan you can use more traditional product management methods including cost of delay and return on investment. Learn to choose the right method based on the strategic approach to capital at your business. 

    Triage has become a commonly used term during the coronavirus pandemic but how do you use triage techniques to maximize the flow of value in your organization? You need to understand the cost of delay. This class will show you how to use Triage Tables from our Enterprise Services Planning body of knowledge in order to determine when to start something and with how much urgency (which class of service) 

     

    Kanban Product Professional

    A Kanban Product Professional is an expert in managing upstream, discovery, and innovation activities leveraging the power of the Kanban Method, Enterprise Services Planning, and the Fit-for-Purpose Framework to manage risk, select the most valuable work, and schedule it at the optimal time. Kanban Product Professionals maximize the flow of value by feeding delivery Kanban systems with the best possible mix of work. They enable improved customer satisfaction and better economic outcomes by segmenting markets by customer purpose, building empathy, and optimizing features and functionality to manage the complex fitness landscape of their market and product domain. 

  • Credential

    Kanban Product Professional

    • Attendees will receive a certificate of completion from Kanban University.
    •  Participants in both KPP courses will earn the Kanban Product Professional credential from Kanban University.
    The Kanban Product Professional credential consists of two classes in advanced product management and service design. It is intended for anyone with a professional interest in feature selection, scheduling, sequencing and prioritization for new products, services, and portfolios of projects.

  • Prerequisites

    Kanban Product Professional I is required. Kanban for Design and Innovation is strongly recommended.

  • Who Should Attend

    Who should attend?

    • Product owners
    • Product managers
    • Anyone who oversees strategic decisions regarding products, improvement, and customer segments

    Anyone with a professional interest in:

    • Feature selection
    • Scheduling
    • Sequencing and prioritization for new product, services, and portfolios of projects

     

  • Course Includes

    16 Hrs Live training
    Interactive group sessions with peers
    In-depth Self Study Exercises
    Kanban University, KPP Certified Training
    Access to Online Learning Portal
    Affordable Pricing Policy by Country
     

  • Objectives

    Learn to:

    • Filter large backlogs using risk assessment frameworks, and triage thresholds
    • Sequence work by risk profile to minimize or balance risk across a portfolio or product mix
    • Manage dependencies efficiently by understanding cost of delay and utilizing dynamic reservation systems in downstream delivery Kanban systems to avoid unnecessary burden and wasted analysis in upstream
    • To recognize extremistan versus mediocristan domains and to use the appropriate methods and tools. 
    • Understand the cost of delay
    • Use Triage Tables to determine when to start something and with how much urgency