Learn how Kanban flow can improve team effectiveness
Summary: Applying Professional Kanban (APK) is now available in the Springhouse Course Catalog for open enrollment or private training
In today’s “always on” environment, you need a clear set of practices that do not get in the way of continuous delivery. And, that set of practices needs to provide enough structure to keep everyone aligned and focused.
Work on improving your team’s effectiveness by applying Kanban flow principles. Kanban is a modern, agile way to manage an organization’s delivery of customer value.
This course will take you on a journey of setting up and operating a Kanban system for continuous-value delivery and improvement.
By invitation, Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley of Agile for Humans worked with Kanban pioneer Daniel Vacanti to bring the Applying Professional Kanban (APK) course to life.
Therefore, through our partnership with Agile for Humans, Springhouse invites our clients and community to attend this new Kanban course. This is available as a private or open-enrollment educational event.
About the Applying Professional Scrum Instructors
In addition to being business partners at Agile for Humans, Ryan and Todd are co-authors of Fixing Your Scrum: Practical Solutions to Common Scrum Problems.
For the last 10 years, Ryan has worked on Agile teams in development, Scrum Master, and management roles. He has worked at various Fortune 500 companies in the medical device, wholesale, and financial services industries. As a Professional Scrum.org Trainer (PST), Ryan holds the PMI-ACP, PSM I, PSM II, PSE, PSPO I, PSD I, CSM, and CSPO Agile certifications. Ryan blogs about Agile and Scrum at ryanripley.com and hosts the “Agile for Humans” podcast.
As a Scrum Master, Product Owner, or Developer, Todd has lead a variety of technical and creative projects across a multitude of industries. In his role as a PST, he coaches and trains enterprises and teams on the Scrum framework, enterprise Agile transformation, and professional software development. On the technical side, he has development experience in the Microsoft .NET technology stack, Team Foundation Server, and Visual Studio Team Services.