Time to Improve: Upcoming Kanban training & conferences

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Hello! Just a quick heads up to make sure you know about our calendar of Kanban workshops, training and conferences coming up later this year. 
Join the many professionals who are learning how to use Kanban to improve predictability and manage risk. 
 
Register for any Kanban Coaching Professional Masterclass at the standard rate before September 1st and you'll get a free 4-day conference pass to Modern Management Methods: Lean Kanban North America 2014 ($2495 value) or free 2-day conference pass to Lean Kanban United Kingdom 2013 (£750 value)!
 
The September dates are quite soon. Register now to lock in your seat at these events before time runs out.

  

Regards,
David  
David J. Anderson
 

KANBAN COACHING PROFESSIONAL MASTERCLASS 
Want to pursue a career helping organizations improve their culture and processes using the Kanban Method? Become a kanban coach in this intensive 3-day leadership and coaching masterclass that focuses on leading successful change initiatives. 
 
 
 
LEAN-KANBAN UNIVERSITY TRAIN THE TRAINER 
Gain LKU accreditation to teach certified kanban classes publicly or within an organization in this one-week course that covers advanced topics relevant to kanban training and the challenges of teaching kanban. 
 
 
 
LKU ACCREDITED KANBAN FOR IT/OPS 
Are you managing an Ops function and find the demands overwhelming and the process chaotic? This 2-day workshop introduces how the Kanban Method can help improve balancing demand against the capability to deliver.   
 

Seattle, WA, UNITED STATES - Aug 27-28 

Prato, ITALY - 23-24 September

London, UNITED KINGDOM - 28-29 October 

Hamburg, GERMANY - 6-7 November 

Miami, FL, UNITED STATES - 9-10 December

 

 
MODERN MANAGEMENT METHODS: 
LEAN KANBAN GLOBAL CONFERENCES
Explore many of the modern management methods with roots in the work of 20th Century Management scientists such as W. Edwards Deming and Peter Drucker, but adapted to include elements of psychology, sociology, risk management and complexity theory.