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Start Date  :  01-08-2017 End Date  :  30-08-2017
Remaining days  :  6 No of seats  :   20

Kanban is an approach to change management that works around the principle of minimal resistance, and encourages ongoing incremental and evolutionary changes to your current system. It creates order out of chaos, with its clear emphasis on prioritization and defining focus. Workflow and process problems are identified, and solutions are uncovered so that product delivery is streamlined and made consistent.

This two day course on Improving Service Delivery with Kanban method is in accordance with Scrum guides and Lean Kanban University. The courseware is designed to include the necessary amount of information to create sufficient skills to start using the Kanban method in your organization. This course is the official training class of Lean Kanban University, founded by David Anderson – author of the Kanban method. All participants will receive the official internationally recognized certificate of attendance from Lean Kanban University.

Registration open Now
Start Date  :  01-08-2017 End Date  :  31-08-2017
Remaining days  :  6 No of seats  :   12
Rapidly evolving market conditions necessitate a form of product development that is flexible enough to adapt to these changes. Agile methodology has been proven to work well in any development project where decisions and requirements are liable to revision. The iSQI Certified Agile Essentials course is ideal for those IT professionals who want a good basic understanding of Agile principles and techniques. Our course is led by qualified Agile specialists who have extensive experience in all aspects of the Agile project methodology. The course content is comprised of eight sections and takes participants through the lifecycle of an agile project from the stages of release planning and user stories to the iteration review (showcase) and retrospective. iSQI® Certified Agile Essentials provides an excellent overview of the agile approach and the basic concepts and understanding of agile. All team members can use a shared set of terms and terminology. For an agile project to be successful, the skills and experience of the project team members is as important as their understanding and awareness about agility. This training is being conducted in partnership with the George Training and Development Institute.