Kanban Coaching Professional (KCP) Workshop with David J. Anderson

INNOVATION ROOTS is pleased to announce Kanban Coaching Professional (KCP) workshop on 4th-8th September, 2016 at Bangalore, Karnataka. This is a five days workshop which will be conducted by David J. Anderson, who coined the term ‘Kanban’ and Chairman of Lean Kanban University.

This master class covers the entire Kanban course curriculum and teaches the leadership and coaching skills to the participants. This workshop is recommended for anyone who is interested in taking a lead or initiating a change in their organization, especially for Consultants, coaches, Change Agents, Managers and Kanban Practitioners. To achieve the designation as Kanban Coaching Professional participants are required to fulfill the education criteria mentioned at LKU’s official site.

This is a must-attend event for any organizational change Agents tasked with the change management at their organization or client organization. Participants are expected to familiarize themselves with the Kanban and Agile concepts, and requested to read the book authored by David J. Anderson “Kanban-Success Evolutionary Change for your Technology Business”.

Register for the workshop at www.innovationroots.com

INNOVATION ROOTS Announces Kanban Postcard Game Workshop in September 2016

We are glad to announce Thriveni Shetty (HR Consultant at INNOVATION ROOTS) as a Presenter for the SAI Day meetup, which is going to be held on 3rd Sept 2016 at Brillio. Thriveni Shetty is currently leading the HR practice at INNOVATION ROOTS with overall 9 years of work experience in field of HR.

In this session, the presenter Thriveni will give you a brief introduction on Kanban and how  to use Kanban in teamwork, and why?. You will learn how Kanban Principles can be introduced and how to get started with preparing your first post card in Kanban game. The Project Managers, Product Managers, Human Resource Managers, Team Leaders and Team Managers indulged in any software related projects will learn how to visualize and manage their daily work flow, WIP limits, and the benefits of implementing feedback loops.

At the workshop, participants will experience an interactive yet fun infused session where they learn in-depth about Kanban, Kanban practices and Principles through the Kanban Postcard game. It is a simplified way of learning Kanban especially for those who are new to learn Kanban, and having trouble in getting started with the Kanban approach. Participants will learn the advantages of implementing Kanban in their organization such as driving down the cost and wastes by improving the flow of work in the system.

Register for workshop at www.innovationroots.com