Kanban Foundations

Is your team struggling to understand the work that they have on the plate? Would you like to become more predictable with your delivery? Would you like to make improvements based on data and not guesses? Or even work at a more sustainable pace? Then this course is for you.

Specialised courses developed by Assurity

This course can be run in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch as a public or private course.

The cost is $900 plus GST, or the early bird rate of $720 plus GST 30 days prior to course. You may also be eligible for group discounts should you like to run a private course.

Please contact education@assurity.co.nz for further information.

This course is designed for those looking to use Kanban to:

  • Improve team communication
  • Improve workflow
  • Streamline delivery processes
  • Make internal roadblocks visible
  • Empower teams to take ownership for what work is happening
  • Create a common set of terminology across teams
  • Become predictable in their delivery cycle and lead time
  • Identify metrics to forecast and predict delivery
  • Use metrics to improve the way the team delivers

It also teaches how to use Kanban in the real world via a mixture of modules of theory, games and its application on a real project.

Kanban can be applied at any level, for teams, groups or even individuals.

Learning outcomes

At the end of this course, attendees will understand:

  • The history of Kanban
  • The six principles of Kanban
  • How Kanban can be used in Agile or traditional environments
  • How Kanban can be applied in your environment
  • Learn more about the Kanban Maturity Model
  • Kanban levels (individual, team, project, programme and BAU)
  • Identify the different metrics which can be used to predict and improve

Come as a team and you will go away with a Kanban board you can use the following day.
Come as an individual and you will go away with techniques you can immediately apply.


  • What is Kanban?
  • How does being Agile fit in?
  • How does Kanban work?
  • Six principles to help implement Kanban


A desire to improve the way you work


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