Please note: This tutorial may be booked independently of LKCE conference attendance.
The pace of change is accelerating as technology advances, the economy becomes more global and markets become increasingly disruptive. The average lifespan of organisations is getting dramatically shorter as it becomes easier for more players to join the competitive landscape. To survive, businesses need to create a culture of continuous curiosity, looking for new answers to new problems and challenges to be able to constantly adapt. In other words, they need to become learning organisations.
Kanban Thinking is model for becoming a learning organisation. It starts with understanding the
current challenge as a systemic problem and imagining the potential impacts of solving or
ignoring that problem. Then possible interventions are explored by studying context, sharing
understanding, stabilising work, sensing capability and searching alternatives. The end result is
an approach which focuses on developing people so they are able to continuously respond to
new challenges, rather than concentrating on implementing existing solutions to previous ones.
If your organisation has unique challenges such as specialist skills, mixed technologies,
unpredictable demand, variety of work, or regulatory constraints, then Kanban Thinking can help
you. Learn how to use the model, with its heuristics and questions, to create your own kanban
systems, tailored to meet your specific needs, and able to adapt as your situation changes.
This is a 2 day, interactive class, during which participants will learn the concepts being
introduced by practicing them while working through filling in a Kanban Canvas a large single
page sheet which describes the Kanban Thinking model. Games, exercises and discussion will
be interleaved to explore key topics in more detail.
At the end of the 2 days, participants will be able to:
Price: € 1.666,00 incl. 19% VAT (€ 1.400.00 excl. VAT)
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