Kanban is so much more than a Kanban board. It is a data-driven management method that rapidly creates agility and efficiency. Kanban can be used for any type of knowledge work where there is a need for systemizing anything complex. On March 18 you have the opportunity to be inspired on how Kanban as a method, with its system thinking approach, can help streamline agile activities and create an overview of agile work across silos. You will learn how to optimize flows and speed of delivery, without changing the organization’s existing roles or responsibilities.
Dato & tid
18. marts 2021
Kl. 09:00 - 10:30
Date & time
March 18 2021
You can follow the free webinar on either Zoom or Youtube. If you participate via Zoom, there will be an opportunity to ask questions etc.
You will receive a link to the webinar the day before.
The presentation will be in English
Kanban has gained ground in many organizations as a system that binds agile work flows together across silos and often in combination with other agile methods, e.g. Scrum, SAFe etc. Kanban thinks in entities and has focus on the entire value chain across teams and departments with the goal of raising efficiency and creating value faster. Kanban is pragmatic, executable, and evidence based. Kanban is a flow system that ensures your team can deliver as much as possible, as quickly as possible, and in the best possible quality. A Kanban system consists of two boards – upstream for opportunities and downstream for work in progress.
Kanban is particularly interesting because it combines seamlessly with other agile methods, such as Scrum, SAFe etc. Kanban influences and controls the way you work, and focuses on crosscutting dependencies, which is the biggest obstacle on effective execution.
Agile expert, accredited Kanban teacher and coach
Annette Vendelbo is an agile expert specialized in Kanban and system thinking. She has vast experience as a project and program manager, as well as a consulting manager in large international companies. Annette is author of the book "Compact Basic Guide to Kanban", as well as the brand-new book "Agile Transformations in Practice". She delivers Denmark's first two (and only) online courses in Kanban and is Denmark's only accredited lecturer from Kanban University.