CERTIFIED KANBAN FACILITATOR PROFESSIONAL

Objective:

This certification seeks to accredit the knowledge and skills needed to develop and implement Kanban systems in different types of contexts and levels of an organization.

It is a system that facilitates the visual management of any value flow by applying extraction systems (pull) and continuous improvement. As well as establishing the most suitable limits of work in progress (WIP) to improve the flow, define policies for prioritizing tasks or collect metrics and make tracking graphs that will facilitate the establishment of service level agreements (SLA) with customers.

Main Subjects:

Introduction to Kanban :

  • Lean Origin
  • Agile Mindset
  • Iterative Increment vs. Continuous
  • Kanban Principles

12%

Visualize Flow :

  • Define Flow
  • Kanban Board Guidelines
  • Advantages of Using Boards
  • Cards – Design and Content

9%

Limiting Work in Progress :

  • Work in Progress – WIP
  • Effects of a High WIP
  • Pull Systems
  • Principles to Limit WIP

13%

Explicit Policies :

  • Characteristics
  • Job Prioritization
  • Cost of Delay
  • Service Classes – Types

12%

Manage flow:

  • Continuous flow
  • How to improve flow
  • Bottlenecks
  • Group blockers
  • Multi-funcionality of the team

11%

Feedback Cycles:

  • Kanban Cadences – Meetings
  • Organizational Level
  • Team Level

11%

Monitoring and Control:

  • Flow Metrics
  • Chart Types
  • Accumulated Flow Diagram – CFD
  • Delivery Time and Cycle Time
  • Performance (Troughput)
  • Ageing Work in Progress
  • Flow Efficiency

14%

Escalating Kanban:

  • Kanban Portfolio
  • Kanban Roadmap
  • WIP Limits at Global Level
  • Managing Portfolio Flow
  • Forecasts

8%

Kanban for Scrum Team:

  • Advantages of Visualizing Flow
  • Limiting Work in Progress – WIP
  • Active Management of elements in progress
  • Inspecting and Adapting Workflow
  • Kanban Metrics in Scrum.

12%

Target Audience:

Kanban is useful in a wide number of functions within an organization:

  • Business Management Positions (Cxo)
  • Program and Project Managers
  • Product Owners and Business Analysts
  • Scrum Master, Team Lead, Agents and Agile Coach
  • Programmers and Testers of Product & Software
  • Other roles as Human Resources, Training, Finance, Creative Teams, Digital Agencies, etc.

Details:

Duration:

Number of questions:

Pass mark:

Open book:

Electronic equipment allowed:

Level:

Available languages:

Requirements:

Available proctoring modes:


2O Second chance (free of charge):

2O Second chance pass mark:

60 minutes

30 (Multiple Choice)

65%

No

No

Intermediate

English, Spanish.

No

Live Proctoring

Believe Proctoring

Yes

75%

Objective:

This certification seeks to accredit the knowledge and skills needed to develop and implement Kanban systems in different types of contexts and levels of an organization.

It is a system that facilitates the visual management of any value flow by applying extraction systems (pull) and continuous improvement. As well as establishing the most suitable limits of work in progress (WIP) to improve the flow, define policies for prioritizing tasks or collect metrics and make tracking graphs that will facilitate the establishment of service level agreements (SLA) with customers.

Target Audience:

Kanban is useful in a wide number of functions within an organization:

  • Business Management Positions (Cxo)
  • Program and Project Managers
  • Product Owners and Business Analysts
  • Scrum Master, Team Lead, Agents and Agile Coach
  • Programmers and Testers of Product & Software
  • Other roles as Human Resources, Training, Finance, Creative Teams, Digital Agencies, etc.

Main Subjects:

Introduction to Kanban:

  • Lean Origin
  • Agile Mindset
  • Iterative Increment vs. Continuous
  • Kanban Principles
  • Kanban Practices

12%

Visualize Flow:

  • Define Flow
  • Kanban Board Guidelines
  • Advantages of Using Boards
  • Cards – Design and Content

9%

Limiting Work in Progress:

  • Work in Progress – WIP
  • Effects of a High WIP
  • Pull Systems
  • Principles to Limit WIP

13%

Explicit Policies:

  • Characteristics
  • Job Prioritization
  • Cost of Delay
  • Service Classes – Types

12%

Manage flow:

  • Continuous flow
  • How to improve flow
  • Bottlenecks
  • Group blockers
  • Multi-funcionality of the team

11%

Feedback Cycles:

  • Kanban Cadences – Meetings
  • Organizational Level
  • Team Level

11%

Monitoring and Control:

  • Flow Metrics
  • Chart Types
  • Accumulated Flow Diagram – CFD
  • Delivery Time and Cycle Time
  • Performance (Troughput)
  • Ageing Work in Progress
  • Flow Efficiency

14%

Escalating Kanban:

  • Kanban Portfolio
  • Kanban Roadmap
  • WIP Limits at Global Level
  • Managing Portfolio Flow
  • Forecasts

8%

Kanban for Scrum Team:

  • Advantages of Visualizing Flow
  • Limiting Work in Progress – WIP
  • Active Management of elements in progress
  • Inspecting and Adapting Workflow
  • Kanban Metrics in Scrum.

12%

Details:

Duration:

Number of questions:

Pass mark:

Open book:

Electronic equipment allowed:

Level:

Available languages:

Requirements:

Available proctoring modes:


2O Second chance (free of charge):

2O Second chance pass mark:

60 minutes

30 (Multiple Choice)

65%

No

No

Intermediate

English, Spanish.

No

Live Proctoring

Believe Proctoring

Yes

75%

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