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Kanban Training Class in Dallas, TX October 28-29
David J. Anderson’s Official “Kanban - Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business” Class
This intensive 2-day Kanban training class provides an introduction to Lean, Pull Systems and Kanban and will explain how established industrial engineering theory can apply to software development process.
Regular price $1, 350
Now only $995 for Geeknight Dallas Members with the10DFW995ALL Discount code
PLUS, attendees receive a free copy of David J. Anderson’s book “Kanban - Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business”.
HURRY! Discount offer ends tomorrow, October 23, 2010.
About the Class
Participants in the class will learn how to use the simple process of limiting work-in-progress as a driver of change. Kanban is a change management method and a different approach to striking agreements between IT and the business.
You’ll learn how to define the policies that constrain the collaborative game of software development. You’ll learn how to use those policies to manage risk and to reset negotiations and recast them as collaborative problem solving.
Used effectively, Kanban will change you and your organization. If your workplace has been stagnating and you are looking for new ideas to unleash productivity, innovation, collaboration and creativity, take 2 days and come along.
What you will learn
Day 1: Kanban Mechanics
- Demand Analysis
- Value-Network Mapping
- Work Item Types
- WIP Limits
- Classes of Service
- Service Level Agreements (SLA)
- Kanban Simulation Game
Day 2: Why Kanban?
- Recipe for Success
- Case Studies
- Improvement Opportunities
- Understanding Variation
- Bottleneck Management
- Economic Cost Model for Lean (Waste)
About the Instructor
Daniel Vacanti, MBA, was a contributor to and a primary reviewer of David Anderson’s Kanban book. He is a 15 year software industry veteran who specializes in the leading, mentoring, and coaching of teams in agile practices. He has a record of delivering customer valued results working with teams and companies of varying sizes. His emphasis is on the business-appropriate use of technology to help companies achieve their specific financial goals. Daniel has worked with David Anderson for over 10 years and was a Development Manager on some of the earliest kanban implementations with David.
Is this for you?
If you are a software development executive, project manager, development manager, project lead or developer and you would like to learn how Lean, Pull Systems and Kanban can provide a useful perspective to consider the entire value chain beyond the pure software development, this Kanban class is for you!
Dallas, TX, USA
Edited by User 13,220,076 on Oct 26, 2010 10:09 AM