10 Commonly Recurring Mistakes When Starting With Kanban (And How to Avoid Them!)
It’s one of our most common questions during our training classes, “What are the most common mistakes people are making and how can I avoid them?”. Let’s go back to the basics with David Anderson, as he explains the top 10 most common mistakes he has seen throughout his career and his advice on how to avoid, or overcome them. From buffers to cadences, this webinar will overview the essential concepts of Kanban and help you to be more confident in helping teams get started with Kanban.
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Discover Upstream Kanban
Guest speaker Radek Orszewski explains how to use upstream Kanban to solve the problem of managing lengthy backlogs. Learn more about not only the concept of upstream Kanban, but also practical implementation, useful techniques, and metrics.
How To Scale
David Anderson walks us through what it takes to successfully scale Kanban for large organizations. This talk will provide the recipe that makes large scale business agility an actionable reality.
Becoming a Kanban Professional
Anna Radzikowska walks us through our three learning pathways.This webinar overviews what it takes to become a Kanban Coaching Professional, Kanban Product Professional, or Kanban Leadership Professional and gives you tips and tricks for finding the right learning pathway for you, highlighting the different learning objectives for each course.
How do I know what to change? How can I trust the change will be successful?
Over the past +20 years, Dragos Dumitriu received several awards for innovation, service delivery, and leadership. His work with David Anderson at Microsoft managing software engineering processes in 2005 is the genesis of the journey we know today as Kanban. Listen as he walks you through understanding current results to create resilient systems that are simple to use and focused on continuous improvement.
F4P V3 What's new?
David Anderson talks about the Fit for Purpose framework and recent updates. Find out more about we extended the framework to include a broader set of commonly occurring fitness criteria. This addition makes it faster and easier to assess whether changes to services or new product features are likely to be perceived as benefits by customers and therefore to quickly assess what does and does not add value. Don’t miss this opportunity to get caught up on all things Fit for Purpose!
Why Change Management Can Become as Hard as Grabbing a Cupcake
Why do organizations fail to change course or actions in the light of overwhelming evidence that change is necessary? Why do some appear rigid while others just repeat what they have been doing before at a higher pace and risk decline? In this webinar, Andreas Bartel explores how to refer organizational dysfunctions to broken feedback loops.
Becoming an Accredited Kanban Consultant
We met with special guest Accredited Kanban Consultant panelists as they talked about their experience as an AKC. They gave advice on the process of becoming an AKC and talk about the benefits that the program has brought them. Accredited Kanban Consultants are accredited by Kanban University as experts in the field of Kanban.
Introduction to the
Gain an introduction to the Kanban Maturity Model with this webinar by Anna Radzikowska. Take a look at what inspired the model, gain tips for how to use it, and learn how the KMM can help your organization with agility, resilience, and reinvention.
Kanban Maturity Model
- What´s New?
During this webinar you will meet the author of the KMM, Teodora Bozheva, as well as the product manager of KMM+, Anna Radzikowska. Enjoy the updates that have been made to the model, including new leadership material, new project and portfolio management material, and the KMM and KMM+ plans.
#NoPrioritization : Filtering Available Options and Triaging Demand with Kiviat charts.
Watch David Anderson explain more about Kiviat charts and triage thresholds. Make better selection, sequencing, and scheduling decisions. Make decisions faster and with consensus and understanding.
Don't be fast and furious, just be predictable!
In this webinar, Anna Radzikowska shares her story of a team that successfully implemented a 2-phase commitment method and explains how it improved communication with stakeholders.
Kanban Certifications Explained
The Leadership Maturity Model: Developing Leaders Who Can Mold Culture to Enable Agility
David Anderson presents the Leadership Maturity Model, how it relates to the KMM, and why it is crucial to develop leaders to reach business agility.
Simple Dependency Management
Discover a cheaper, easier way to manage dependencies. David Anderson explains how to use the Kanban method to manage dependencies in a cost-effective manner.
AKT Anna Radzikowska gives an overview of discovery Kanban including how Kanban works in the upstream as well as an introduction to scaling Kanban.
Defining Your Service of One
Listen as David Anderson explains the concept of becoming a “service of one” and overviews how Kanban can be used for more effective remote agile teams.
Fit for Purpose Integrations
In this webinar AKT Anna Radzikowska explains how the Fit for Purpose framework compares and/or can be integrated with other popular marketing models such as OKR, Jobs to be Done, and Balanced Scorecards to avoid blind spots in strategic marketing.
Don't Fly Blind- Fit for Purpose Framework
AKT Anna Radzikowska gives an introduction to what is the Fit for Purpose framework and how you can use it to know your customers, segment your market, and make strategic decisions.
2nd Edition of the KMM "What's new?"
David Anderson and Teodora Bozheva explain what is new in the new second edition of the Kanban Maturity Model book. Find out what changed and what is coming soon.