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Kanban and Scrum

Available Online

Live virtual training Mon. - Thurs, Aug. 5-8, 2024, 10AM - 2:00 PM CST

  • Starts Aug 5
  • 1,295 US dollars
  • Live Virtual Training

Available spots

Service Description

Half-day classes offer greater flexibility! This class is scheduled from 10 AM - 2 PM CST with a half-hour break for lunch. The Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) course provides insight into how to use Kanban practices such as limiting work in progress to improve the flow of work for your Scrum team. This class is offered as four half-day classes from Rebel Scrum, a training partner. The Professional Scrum with Kanban class allows students to experience the impact of Kanban practices on the flow of work through a Scrum team. Students will be equipped with practical knowledge to implement Kanban with their Scrum Teams.  They will be able to leverage Kanban to increase the predictability and efficiency of product delivery. In general, scrum practitioners face 2 major challenges with Kanban: - The misinterpretation that the Kanban is different and at odds with Scrum.  - The misinterpretation that Kanban is only a delivery method for interrupt-driven work such as maintenance or support. Common myths debunked during class: - Kanban is a task board. - Work in process limits are immutable. - Kanban is a process change mechanism. - Scrum teams only benefit from Kanban within a sprint. Through experiences, you'll learn the positive impact of introducing flow to Scrum’s Events (including inside and outside of Sprints) and the value of adding Kanban from the perspective of Scrum’s Roles. By the end of this course, you will how Kanban can be useful in solving core flow issues and evolving towards a continuous flow of delivery while continuing to benefit from the Scrum Framework.

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