Kanban Maturity Model

Sat, May 22, 2021 to Sun, May 30, 2021
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Kanban Maturity Model

Take the Kanban Maturity Model training to evolve organizational maturity and successfully deliver business agility, faster, and at less cost. The Kanban Maturity Model codifies more than 10 years of experience implementing Kanban across diverse industries, in businesses small to extremely large. It plays an important role in creating unity, alignment, a sense of purpose, and good governance. Use it to gain a better sense of achievement, delight your customers, and realize superior business results.  Register : info@agilekanban.istanbul


Course Outline

  • Understanding KMM levels

  • KMM Architecture

  • KMM and other models and methods: Lean/TPS, CMMI, Real World Risk Model

  • Evolving organizational culture with KMM

  • Fit-for-purpose organization

  • Developing Organizational Agility

  • Risk Management practices

  • Developing an anti-fragile organization

  • How to use KMM as a Kanban coach, Change agent, or Project Manager



At the end of the course the student will be able to do the following:

  • Determine the maturity level of the organization they work with in terms of observable behaviors, management practices, and business outcome

  • Define the right approach to lead the organization to the next level

  • Determine and appropriately implement the Kanban practices that will help the organization deliver better on customer expectations and internal objectives.

  • Integrate the KMM with other models and methods such as Lean/TPS, CMMI, and Real-World Risk Model.


Main topics of the course


  • Organizational maturity levels defined in terms of behavioral patterns, depth of Kanban practices, and business outcome

  • Kanban maturity model architecture

  • Evolving a fit-for-purpose organization

  • Cultural values and leadership styles which enable the evolution of organizational agility

  • Two failure modes of Kanban implementations, aborted start and false summit plateaus, and means to avoid them.

  • Mapping between KMM and other models and methods such as Lean/TPS, Real World Risk Model, and CMMI.

  • Advanced Kanban practices for managing services and projects