Kanban at Work

Understand how flow works, how you can achieve it and how to avoid blockages and bottlenecks.

Why Kanban?

“Kanban is a method for managing knowledge work which balances demands for work with the available capacity for new work. Work items are visualized to give participants a view of progress and process, from task definition to customer delivery. Team members “pull” work as capacity permits, rather than work being “pushed” into the process when requested.

In software development, Kanban provides a visual process-management system which aids decision-making about what, when and how much to produce. Although the method (inspired by the Toyota Production System and lean manufacturing) originated in software development and IT, it may be applied to any professional service whose work outcome is intangible rather than physical.” – Wikipedia


  • Project managers,
  • Team members (developers, testers, analysts, etc.),
  • Team leads and managers,
  • Business people.


  • General Introduction
    • Quick introduction to Agile
    • Agile Methodologies
    • When to use Lean and Kanban
  • Kanban Concepts
    • Visualize the flow
    • Limit work in progress (WIP)
    • Manage flow
    • Make policies explicit
    • Improve collaboratively
    • Understanding the definition of done (DoD)
  • Kanban Roles
    • The customer
    • The coach
    • The team members
  • How to Implement
    • A few tips and tricks
    • Traps to avoid
    • The roadmap to follow


  • 2 days.

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