... it happened again, didn't it?
The project that you put so much time and effort into fell by the wayside. Every situation is different, however the results are usually the same.
Management is asking for more visibility.
Your team is stretching their heads, wondering what went wrong.
And here you are, trying to figure out solution.
But, let me ask you a question?
Have you ever thought that other project management methodologies are just "too much"?
The excessive gantt charts...
The scrum ceremonies...
Or the complete lack of structure to a project.
What if there was a better way?
What if a method exists that truly simplifies the process?
What if this method can increase visibility to everyone on the team (and management)
What if the basics of this methods could be grasped in only a few short hours.
By taking this course, you are going to discover Kanban.
Look, I used to be in a similar situation . As someone that is supposed to help lead a project team to success (as the Scrum Master) I kept hitting my head against the wall.
You see, a lot of companies (and I really mean A LOT) start using Agile methods for the sake of "doing Agile".
.. and when they start "doing Agile" it usually means trying to implement Scrum methodologies when the support from the organization isn't really there.
This causes a problem with those doing the work as they find the "Scrum ceremonies" to lack value.
It loses trust in program managers, or those at the Director or VP level because "Agile was supposed to "solve" all of the problems". Yet it's creating a lot more work.
While Scrum is a really powerful method of working, it doesn't work for every department. It works incredibly well for software teams, and often those that support those teams.
But what about everyone else?
What about the operational teams that have a large percentage of interrupt work throughout the day (example : this is broke, fix it now!)
What about the accounting departments that have invoices to send, and bills to pay?
Are the core of it, that's what this course is about. It's about introducing a ridiculously simple Agile framework to those that aren't software developers.
By now, you are probably wondering what this course will cover. So let's make a few bullet points.
You will learn about the history of Kanban.
You will learn about setting up a Kanban board. This includes topics such as
You will also learn about the two metrics used to Kanban efficiency.
While great topics, I've also included a bit more about real scenarios. This includes:
How to propose Kanban to your organization.
How to lead a daily standup meeting.
The three elements that are the root of nearly all issues in an organization.
How to take a stand and say NO to requests that don't add value.
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I can't wait to see you in the course!