Kanban Week Stockholm - Last chance to take the full 2013 Kanban course

Kanban Week, StockholmKanban Week 2013
 
18-22 November, Stockholm
 
Learn Kanban from one of the world's top experts! David J. Anderson is coming to Sweden for a full week of training. 
 
Take the two-day Kanban Training Class on Monday & Tuesday to get up to speed and ready to round out the week with the three-day Kanban Coaching Professional Masterclass.
 
We have a limited number of spots remaining so register today!  
 
18-19 November
 

This is a rare chance to take a 2-day kanban training class from the founder of the Kanban Method. The interactive LeanKanban University (LKU) Accredited course provides an introduction to Pull Systems and Kanban and the application of Kanban to successfully improve your delivery. Get a practical introduction into this new and exciting approach to accelerate the flow of work in your projects and operations.

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20-22 November

Don't miss your last chance to take the Masterclass in the 2013 format. If you are leading a change initiative in your organization or at a client organization in the next year, this masterclass is your ideal opportunity to get your hard questions answered by the orginator of the Kanban Method and to develop deep ties in the community.

 

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David J. Anderson
David J. Anderson is a thought leader in managing creative knowledge work and service-oriented work. He leads a consulting, training, publishing and event planning business, David J. Anderson & Associates Inc. (www.djaa.com), that helps businesses improve their performance through better management policies and decision making. He has 30 years experience in the high technology industry leading software teams using innovative methods at large companies such as Sprint, Motorola, and Microsoft. David is also CEO of Lean Kanban, Inc., a business dedicated to assuring quality of training in the Kanban Method throughout the world. David is the author of three books, Agile Management for Software Engineering - Applying the Theory of Constraints for Business Results, Kanban - Successful Evolutionary Change for your Technology Business, and Lessons in Agile Management: On the Road to Kanban.