Kanban Management Professional – KMP II
The Kanban Management Professional credential shows that you have completed top quality Kanban training to launch and manage Kanban initiatives.
The KMP class focusses on the rollout and daily operation of a Kanban system. You will consider what type of Kanban initiative is most appropriate for your organization and how to manage and evolve it over time.
Learn how to improve agility with asymmetrical commitment and cadences. The class covers recommended meetings, handling metrics and setting policy.
Individuals who are currently using a Kanban system, have prior experience with Kanban or are currently in the KMP training series.
- Project managers
- Service delivery managers
- Portfolio or Program managers or directors
- Heads of PMO
- Project governance auditors and process engineers
- Project management consultants and trainers
- Anyone who wants to develop management skills
Individuals certified at this level will have demonstrated their understanding of:
- Evolutionary Change
- Decision Making
- Kanban Boards
- Kanban Systems
- Metrics (for Service Delivery & Improvements)
- Process Improvement
- Coaching Tools
Benefits of Taking This Course
A Kanban Management Professional (KMP) knows how to make better decisions and streamline internal workflows to improve service delivery and create greater customer satisfaction.
In addition, those who complete this class earn the KMP Credential:
- Authorization to use the KMP letters and badging
- Recognition on the Lean Kanban University website
- Access to private KMP – only forums for professional collaboration
- Invitations to exclusive events worldwide
Attendees are recommended to have read the Kanban book by David J Anderson or Kanban from the Inside by Mike Burrows. Prior attendance at KSD Foundations I is required to achieve the Kanban Management Professional (KMP) certification.
There is no exam for this course.
|Module 1: Introduction|
|Module 2: Motivation for the Kanban Method|
|Module 3: Proto-Kanban|
|Module 4: Posit Science Case Study|
|Module 5: Understanding Kanban Systems|
|Module 6: Review: Definition of Kanban Method|
|Module 7: Seeing Services (in your existing organization)|
|Module 8: Scaling out across an organization|
|Module 9: Discovery Kanban|
|Module 10: Roles|
|Module 11: Feedback loops to improve service delivery|
|Module 12: Commitment & Replenishment|
|Module 13: Conducting Kanban Meetings|
|Module 14: Delivery Planning|
|Module 15: Conducting a service delivery review|
|Module 16: Conducting an operations review|
|Module 17: Models to identify improvement opportunities|
|Module 18: Understanding lead time|
|Module 19: Removing delays|
|Module 20: Understanding variability|
|Module 21: Risk Review|
|Module 22: Managing Bottlenecks|
|Module 23: Economic costs|
|Module 24: Change Management|
|Module 25: Closing thoughts