There's More To Kanban Than Trello Boards
Do you use a Kanban board for your team’s work? Maybe you are the team lead and have just heard about Kanban. However, you haven’t taken the time to learn about how to use it or why it is important. Perhaps you want to be more agile but don’t know how to get started with Kanban.
This workshop will not only help you understand what Kanban is but also how to get started.
Paul is very excited about many things with regards to Kanban but one of his favorites is teaching you about why you should be measuring waste in your team. So come join us as he uses a great mixture of slides and classroom activities to teach you about the essentials of Kanban.
In this Workshop you will learn:
- How to stop being addicted to activity and become more concerned about results
- How to achieve more by juggling less
- How to measure and reduce waste
- One of the best communication hacks you can use in your team
- An activity that your team can use to optimize the flow of your work
- The most valuable outcome of the estimation process
- About another tool you can use to help you improve your estimates
In the end you will have a better understanding of Kanban and how it could benefit your organization.
Who is Paul Gower?
Paul started his career as a software developer in 2001 developing client/server enterprise solutions. An innovative problem solver, Paul uses in-depth analysis, deep consultation and the latest software development practices to serve his clients. In 2014 Paul started his company Lunamark, where he leverages his years of experience to help companies improve their software development team's efficiency using techniques such as clean coding practices, code reviews, pair programming, and kanban.
Although Paul still does Kanban training and coaching under Lunamark, in February 2017, Paul joined the Aristotle Labs team as the Chief Technology Officer where he leads their development and also works with the leadership team to improve their flow efficiency using agile and lean principles. Paul is also a certified Kanban Management Professional and is constantly learning new ways to improve flow efficiency.
This workshop requires an additional ticket and entry fee. Class size is limited and ticket sales will close when the class is full.