Introduction to Agile Kanban
Kanban has become one of the most widely adopted Agile ways of working since it originated as a visual management method for project management and software development. This course provides an overview of the four principles, six practices, seven cadences, and various metrics employed in Agile Kanban. Learners are guided step by step through the creation and adaptation of Kanban to suit their individual and/or organizational needs.
How to Design Agile Kanban Cards
Agile Kanban cards represent a team’s tasks or other individual work items at the program or company level. The information contained on a Kanban card is relevant to their daily work as well as to the continuous improvement of their workflow. Learn what information is typically on each side of the card, how they are used, and how to design them effectively.
What Is a Commitment Point in Agile Kanban?In Agile Kanban, teams commit to starting and completing a task when they pull it past a defined commitment point in their workflow. Learn how commitment points help teams deliver reliably, how commitment points are visualized on the Kanban board, and what preparation activities support the effective use of commitment points.