Certified Kanban Management Professional [KMP2]
2 Day Course
The Kanban Management Professional (KMP2) is the 2nd course required to obtain the Kanban Management Professional accreditation.
This 2 day course is certified by the Lean Kanban University and has been put together by Lean Kanban experts and leaders including David J. Anderson and Mike Burrows.
This course is taught by Jose Casal an Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT) with over 10 years of experience coaching teams and managers in the private and public sector.
A prerequisite of this course is to have completed the 2 day Kanban Systems Design (also known as Lean Kanban Foundation KMP1). If you have not completed this course, then please click on one of the following options below:
Syllabus And Agenda
The course follows the official LKU Certified Lean Kanban syllabus. During the 2 days you will have ample opportunities to discuss and experience the following topics:
- Building an Information Flow: the 7 Cadences
- Dealing with resistance to WIP limits
- Understanding asymmetrical commitment
- Rollout phases for a Kanban initiative
- Developing a service orientation
- Managing evolutionary change
KMP2 is a 2 day course. There is no exam at the end and, upon completion, you will receive the Kanban Management Professional (KMP) accreditation. A globally-recognised accreditation that you can use as official recognition of your achievement.
A prerequisite of this course is to have completed the 2 day Kanban systems Design [KMP1] (also known as Lean Kanban Foundation). If you have not completed this course, then please click on one of the following options below:
Kanban works across multiple functions of an organisation, from senior members of staff looking to adopt Lean Management to members of delivery teams willing to improve their working practices. Previous KMP1 attendees have been in roles such as:
- Senior Managers
- Programme and Project Managers
- Product Managers, Product Owners and Business Analysts
- Scrum Masters, Team Leads and Change Agents
- Product & Software Developers & Testers
- Agile Coaches & Practitioners (Scrum, XP, DSDM, AgilePM, etc.)
- Other roles such as HR and Finance professionals
Participants will receive a KMP2 certificate of course completion from Lean Kanban University (LKU) as well as achieve the Kanban Management Professional accreditation. Your membership with LKU will also be renewed.
Scrum Alliance: 16 Scrum Educational Units (SEUs) towards your CSP (Certified Scrum Professional)
Project Management Institute (PMI): 16 PDUs (Professional Development Units).
Trainer: Jose Casal
Jose Casal is a business improvement professional and coach. Starting out as a software developer, Jose quickly realised that he loved helping others succeed using agile.
He is intensely passionate about modern management methodologies focusing primarily on Lean Kanban, agile and strengths-based leadership. Jose is both a trainer and a student, striving to learn continuously and to help introduce or support the use of agile principles in companies. He has worked with large private and public sector organisations such as The Scottish Government, Credit Suisse, Capita, Student Loans Company, NHS Choices, University of Kent and P&O Ferries.
Jose is the Founder and Chair of the BCS Agile Methods Specialist Group and the lead creator of the BCS Agile Foundation Certificate (contributing the official syllabus, exam questions and training materials). He is also the chair of the London Lean Kanban Day (LLKD) and Playcamp UK conferences.
As an experienced Agile Coach and Trainer Jose has a few certifications under his belt, here are just a few of them: Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT), certified APMG AgilePM Trainer, Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), DSDM Advanced Practitioner, BCS Agile Trainer and Innovation Games Collaboration Architect.
£1145 + VAT per person (limited early bird & group discounts available)
It completes the overview of Kanban and empowers you to implement it in your organisation.
I wanted to go beyond understanding just the basic concepts and KMP2 was a useful and significant step and well worth doing.