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Certified Lean Kanban Professional (LAI-LKP)
Certification Overview
Certification Overview

Kanban is a visual system for managing work as it moves through a process. Kanban visualizes both the process (the workflow) and the actual work passing through that process. The goal is to identify potential bottlenecks in the process and fix them so work can flow cost-effectively at an optimal speed or throughput. 

It is a set of principles and practices that have been observed in successful Kanban initiatives worldwide. Since its inception, it has developed and matured as an effective approach for organizations to achieve greater business agility.

Today, leaders are leveraging Kanban and the associated Lean-Agile principles across all aspects of business, from marketing to legal to finance, Agile, and DevOps teams.

Kanban embraces the constant change inherent to managing knowledge work and enables IT, financial services, insurance and global organizations to become more collaborative, unified and productive in the face of growing competitive pressures and organizational complexity.

Learning Objectives
Learning Objectives

After going through Lean Kanban Professional (LKP) certification course, the learners are able to:

  1. Design and implement a full Kanban System.

  2. Use important Kanban System metrics to measure and understand different aspects of the system and to manage flow.

  3. Utilize key Kanban metrics to make continuous improvements, like reduce time to market and improve predictability.

  4. Focus on optimizing for the whole and limiting work in progress.

  5. Increase visibility to increase collaboration and eliminate waste.

  6. Use tools and techniques needed to start improving their organization and measuring the improvements.

  7. Apply core concepts of Lean (Flow, Eliminating Waste, Cost of Delay, Limiting Work in Progress).

  8. Work with shifting priorities, interrupt work and multi-tasking.

  9. Deal with Important, Time-Critical and Non-Time Critical Work.

  10. Deal with Bottlenecks and Slack in the System.

  11. Understand how Kanban practices can help to satisfy customers’ expectations and rapidly meet customer demands and expectations.

  12. Adapt to external and internal changes and lead Change improving culture, practices, and outcomes.

  13. Describe a set of practices for Kanban at enterprise scale.

  14. Assess the current state of an organization to see where challenges and opportunities lie on the path to greater business and organizational agility.

  15. Helps managers and teams understand the system and establish a Decision Making and Risk Management Framework.

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