Using Kanban in SAFe® at Shared Services and the Team

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Course Overview
Summary: 

Kanban can be used at all levels in SAFe®, from the Portfolio to the team level. This workshop helps SAFe practitioners understand Kanban, the differences between Kanban and Scrum, and how to apply Lean principles to create and adapt their Kanban process. By the end of the workshop, participants will have created preliminary Kanban boards appropriate to their context.

Net Objectives has been doing Agile at scale since 2004. We have pioneered dozens of practices that have now become commonplace in the Agile community. Some of have become integrated into the SAFe framework and other have not yet such as ATDD and architecture.

The Net Objectives team has been providing thought leadership in Scrum, Kanban, eXtreme Programming, Design Patterns, TDD, ATDD, Emergent Design and more for over 15 years, including the publication of multiple award winning books.

Note: This workshop is neither authorized by Scaled Agile Inc., nor provides any certification related to SAFe.  This

Course Objectives: 
This workshop teaches participants the Kanban process and the Lean principles that underlie it. Kanban boards will be created for the appropriate levels. It is particularly useful for shared services as Scrum typically does not work well in for these types of teams. Participants will create Kanban boards that are appropriate for their contexts.

Target Audience:

Primary Audience: 
This workshop is intended for SAFe® practitioners at all levels: Portfolio, Value Stream, Program, Team.
Secondary Audience: 
This workshop is particularly useful for shared services
Learning Objectives: 
This workshop teaches participants the Kanban process and the Lean principles that underlie it. Participants will create Kanban boards that are appropriate for their contexts.

Certification and PDUs

No
 

Maximum Number in Class

24 (Approximate. Depends upon make up and experience level of team.)
Room Setup and Equipment Needed
One computer per two students. Students usually sit at tables, four students per table. Flip chart and whiteboard for the instructor. A projector with screen.