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After attending two amazing KMP workshops earlier this year, we decided to get serious about Kanban. We embarked on a journey to implement it for our 55 people Product Engineering Team. Luckily we had Justyna Pindel with us along the way.
This week I attended the workshop “Kanban for Scrum Teams” organized by Justyna Pindel and Paul Klipp. During the workshop, we played a few iterations of the Kanban Quest game. It helps players to experience 6 basic kanban practices in practice. My goal for this workshop was to sort out my knowledge about Kanban and try ty apply it in practice. At the end of the day, I’ve not only achieved my goal but also discovered new insights from other participants. Justyna and Paul also helped us during and after the workshop and answered all our questions. Thanks to it I was able to make progress with some blockers in my team at work.
I would recommend this workshop to everyone interested in Kanban and applying it in practice. This workshop would be also beneficial for any Scrum team members, who are looking for ways to improve their work.
Fell in love with the game! Kanban Quest is joining solid learning and simple fun. What I like the most is that there are no boring slides, still, knowledge simply falls into head. Participants discover all the concepts on their own with professional guidance throughout the game (and the design is lovely!). After the training, I am much more confident when speaking about Kanban and I can’t wait to see it in action!
Thank you Justyna and Paul for the Kanban for scrum teams training. It was one of the best training sessions I had in a couple of years. I learned a lot about Kanban. I was inspired and motivated. What is even better, after spending this day with you, I was able to implement changes the next day. I love the way learning and networking could happen over playing a board game Kanban quest. I’ve also met some awesome people at this training. Thank you, it was a great pleasure!
I had a pleasure to attend KMP I training led by Paul Klipp. This session was truly an eye-opener and a life changer. Kanban helped me to redefine a pile of assumptions that led my life. And Paul is a fantastic trainer.
Thanks to training with Paul, I rediscovered Kanban. The “Start from what you do now” rule is extremely powerful”.
We can use some of Kanban practices even while working in the Scrum Framework. Introduction to WIP limits, pull system & encouragement of the leadership acts, are the best choices in my opinion.
Also, Paul is a great trainer! I really enjoyed all his side stories and dedication.
It was a great pleasure to take part in KMP I training conducted by Paul Klipp. As Paul is an amazing teacher, I had the great opportunity to learn from him the basics of Kanban. I would love to use this knowledge in my laboratory. After the course, I think it is possible
I would like to recommend Justyna as an agile and design thinking trainer. She gave us great training during Agile on the Boat conference. She was full of good energy, very well prepared, keep to help and explain us everything.
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