The Kanban Experience workshop

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Kanban, Kanban training, Kanban opleiding, certified kanban training, Kanban experience workshop, Discovery Kanban

Improving Kanban Training Facilitation Skills with Okaloa Flowlab | online training for AKT

 

Module 1: Embark with Team Flow - agenda

Module 2: Advance with more simulations Will be announced once advanced simulations are developed

Research has shown that people learn the most through experience, not by overloading the rational brain with mind-boggling theories and practices of lean agile

methods.

During this Okaloa Flowlab workshop, participants will simulate different business scenarios to practice how to organize work and experience business agility with flow, collaboration and

learning.

Why should an Accredited Kanban Trainer attend ?

  • Previous AKTs that attended the training have expressed that it has been an eye-opener and that the simulations more than any rational teaching have given them a more profound understanding of Kanban

  • Learn about the foundations of experiential learning (the training itself is a deep experience in experiential learning)

  • Learn new advanced simulations that deepen your understanding of Kanban systems that go beyond the team level

  • Make your KMP I & II online training way more interactive/experiential and learn how to use simulations to fundamentally transform your way of teaching

People of all functions

and all levels in the organization have participated in Okaloa Flowlab workshops with a high level of engagement and learning, changing the way they think about and manage

their work.

Information

750 for each module

! 10% discount for AKT !

 

3 online sessions of 3 hours for each module

 

 

MODULE 1 - Embarking training: starting 2 June, 2020

 

MODULE 2 - Advancing training: TBD

Okaloa Flowlab is a new, experiential, way of teaching and coaching 21st century business agility that involves the entire organization. In a philosophy of “practice before theory”, it allows participants to experience old and new (agile) ways of organizing work through simulations. By not being restricted to a particular type of work it speaks to all functions (HR, Marketing, IT, …); by including a whole range of simulations (team, cross-team, value-stream, portfolio, …) it speaks to all levels of the organization.

 

While Okaloa Flowlab is used by many to teach agile thinking in general, it is especially powerful for teaching Kanban. Kanban trainers and coaches world-wide have been using Okaloa Flowlab simulations to experientially teach Kanban and The Kanban Method. The “Advancing Kanban training facilitation skills with Okaloa Flowlab” course is designed for Accredited Kanban Trainers (AKT) that want to learn how to make the difference with an experiential learning style that is founded on social psychology and systems thinking.

 

The training covers three simulations that are specifically well suited to teach KMP I & II. True to its own philosophy, the training allows the participants to experience the simulations before going into the double loop learning theory and the social intuitionist model that underlies the simulations. It allows participant to experience before learning how to facilitate increasingly sophisticated simulations.

 

1st Module: Embarking with Okaloa Flowlab

Starting at the team level, the Team Flow simulation is used to demonstrate how to use simulation to teach flow thinking. Participants go through the experience of collaborative improvement with WIP limits and collaboration policies. While doing so, participants experience the difference between resource and flow efficiency mindsets, as well as different levels of thinking (linear causality, causal loops, complexity) that either inhibit or support evolutionary change.

The Okaloa Flowlab Embark with Team Flow training is divided in 3 online sessions of 3 hours covering Round 1 of Team Flow (session 1), Round 2 of Team Flow (session 2) and learn how to facilitate and make it fit into KMPI online training (session 3).

Clicked here for detailed agenda.

 

2nd Module: Advancing with Okaloa Flowlab

We continue with a Workflow simulation that shows what Kanban really is about – differentiating between proto-kanban and Kanban as well as teaching how to deal with back-flow. Through the concept of the knowledge discovery process, the workflow simulation also lays the foundation for differentiating upstream from downstream Kanban (without yet teaching the details of upstream Kanban).

 

The final simulation is a Multi-team simulation that shows how Kanban can scale across an organization. It is used to teach the fundamentals of bottleneck thinking (ref. theory of constraints) and advanced Kanban systems that use capacity tokens (representing capacity with WIP) to shape demand and improve delivery. Participants experience change at scale.

 

Also this module will be divided into 3 online sessions of 3 hours.

Detailed agenda will be available as soon as the online versions of the advanced simulations are developed

 

Facilitator Bio's 

Patrick Steyaert of Okaloa, a principal lean agile coach with extensive experience in practicing Kanban, will be your workshop facilitator. Patrick received a Brickell Key Award in 2015 as a recognition for his contributions to the Kanban community. Patrick is one of the first, and only Belgian, Lean Kanban University accredited trainers. He is also a regular speaker at Kanban and agile conferences.