Duration: 1 day | Price: € 299,00
Discount of 20% for more people from the same company.
Kanban is a method for optimizing manufacturing processes - from those of intangible, innovative and creative products to those geared toward the production of more traditional products. It enables rapid and targeted change within organizations by reducing resistance and producing significant improvements in line with strategic objectives. Kanban follows the pragmatic approach of “start from what you do now”: unlike traditional change management methods based on a radical approach aimed at obtaining a new production set-up regardless of the starting situation, Kanban starts from the “as-is” scenario and uses the Lean paradigm to pursue an incremental and continuous improvement of the workflow by eliminating waste and bottlenecks. Kanban helps us to control the workflow, balancing what we really need to produce with the real delivery capabilities of the system, using a system of “visual signals” to make visible and concrete what would otherwise be intangible and difficult to control. Using Kanban allows you to:
- Visualize the workflow
- Limit Work-in-Process
- Measure and manage the flow
- Make process policies explicit
- Use patterns to recognize opportunities for improvement Kanban is inspired by the principles of agile software development, theory of constraints, and the principles of the Toyota Production System.
In this course, learners will learn:
- What is Kanban
- How and how it improves business and personal processes
- When it is appropriate to use it
- How it is different from other agile approaches