Achieve More with Kanban: Better Communication Through Visual Management

The Conference Board of Canada, August 9, 2017
Recorded Webinar
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Many 21st-century organizations bring products and services to their customers that take a lot of creative, intellectual effort to produce. Such work is often invisible, highly variable and full of uncertainty: of schedule, quality, and financial payoffs. The flow and risk of such work are very difficult to manage! This is where Kanban shines. Kanban has been a popular project management tool for over a decade. Many organizations around the world, have applied it to get better at delivering to their internal and external customers. The global community of people and companies using and developing this method continues to grow rapidly.

Webinar Highlights

This 60 minute webinar will ensure you understand Kanban's important concepts and gain an appreciation of the benefits of Kanban’s simplest applications – for you and your organization. It will highlight Kanban’s three agendas: one for executives, concerned with the long-term viability and success of the enterprise; one for middle managers, taking responsibility for delivering products and services to customers; and one for small workgroups and individuals.

Kanban tends to bring an organization’s many functional units together. Therefore, you’re encouraged to attend this webinar regardless of which unit you lead. If your role is in organizational design, change management or human resources, you’ll also get guidance on Kanban’s approach to change: evolutionary, empirical, humane.

About Alexei

Alexei ZheglovAlexei Zheglov is a long-time Kanban user, coach and trainer. Lean Kanban University recognizes him as a Kanban Coaching Professional (KCP) and an Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT, the first one in Central Canada). Alexei has advised and trained managers and executives in companies large and small and made many contributions to the method and its global community. Alexei runs a small consulting firm Lean A-to-Z, based in Waterloo, Ontario and dedicated to Kanban and Enterprise Services Planning (ESP), with clients representing a diverse set of industries on five continents. You can follow Alexei on Twitter at @az1 and read his blog at

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