Kanban Training

Kanban training for your team in Tallinn or another place in Estonia, at a customer’s premises or a rented venue. It might also be done as a part of the team off-site event.

There is also a possibility for online training. However, in-person trainings are usually more engaging and effective.

The preferred language is English.

Length: 1-2 days, depending on the maturity level of the team and the most important areas to cover.

Possible Topics:

  • Kanban Core Practices
  • Limiting Work in Progress
  • Principle of Managing the Flow
  • Classes of Service
  • Metrics
  • Forecasting
  • Cost of Delay

The topics might be customized to meet your team’s needs better and may vary depending on the training length.

The insights your team probably gets as a result of the training:

Additionally, a System Design Workshop can be run to establish or review the rules of how your team will start or continue with Kanban implementation (0.5-1 day):

  • Kanban policies – internal agreements that define a set of guidelines and rules that the team should follow
  • Determining the WIP Limits
  • Selecting and defining Metrics
  • Identifying Work Item Types
  • Identifying the Processes
  • Determining the Classes of Service
  • Working Agreements

Some insights your team will get are:

  • We Cannot Complete More Work, Even If We Work Faster
  • We Have Enough Time for the Work We Never Have Time For
  • When We Set Limits, We Become More Predictable
  • When Everything is Important, Then Nothing Is
  • The Later We Begin, The Better For the Customer
  • Local Optimization Brings Global Sub Optimization

How the training is done

The Kanban training is based on the brain-friendly methodology Training From the Back of the Room, which implies a lot of different types of practice to ensure a high level of engagement, understanding, and remembering afterward. It is highly interactive and very practical.

As it involves games, simulations, group activities, and discussions and also serves team-building purposes.


It is also beneficial if the Kanban training is combined with Agile & Lean Foundation Training (or just the Lean Foundation part of it) as it helps to understand in depth the underlying principles behind Kanban “rules of the game.”

Please contact me to get more information.
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