Which Kanban courses should you take?
It depends. What problem you are trying to solve? What is suitable for your organization? What is your experience with Kanban? Is there a status you want to achieve?
Lean Kanban University offers Kanban programs at all levels to address different situations.
KANBAN AND ORGANIZATIONAL MATURITY
I was requested by a client to provide a mapping of my organizational maturity model and patterns of Kanban maturity, to Jim Shore & Diana Larsen's Agile Fluency model which has been boosted by the support of Martin Fowler. The clients' request was based out of the...read more
In this first post in the series, I look at the psychology and impact of traditional large scale managed change initiatives and how evolutionary change differs. We’ll see that organizational maturity and executive tolerance plays a big part in the success or lack thereof in traditional change management.read more
This is part 2 of current series on organizational maturity, evolutionary change, and Kanban. Catch up on Part 1: Organizational Maturity & the J-Curve Effect for more context. What follows is in no way intended to be an exhaustive set of Kanban board designs. Also...read more
In part 3 I take all the kanban board and system designs from part 2 and map them to the organizational maturity assessment framework from part 1. The value of this is that a quick and effective method of assessing organizational maturity and a small pattern catalog of deepening maturity kanban board and system designs, provides Kanban Coaching Professionals with a consistent set of starting designs likely to be successful.read more
@lki_dja, as it turns out you were right by saying some of your course’s input can be applied immediately.
@swilluda and I are hooked. thx!Karl Bredemeyer
YOUR TRAINING PATH
Often individuals and organizations ask about pre-requisites for Lean Kanban University training classes. In fact, background matters less than intent and goals. Most of our Kanban classes review core content — but taking the courses in sequence is still recommended.
Even those who have some experience with Kanban or some previous non-LKU training will find that they have a lot to learn at all levels of understanding thanks to the broad range of knowledge shared in LKU classes.