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Kanban System Design (KMP1) Puneet Duneja 10th Dec 2016 - 11th Dec 2016 Bangalore INR 30,000
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Kanban Management Professional, KMP II Accredited Kanban Trainer 10th Dec 2016 - 11th Dec 2016 Hyderabad INR 35,000
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Certified SAFe 4.0 Product Manager/Product Owner Workshop Priyank Pathak 17th Dec 2016 - 18th Dec 2016 Pune INR 24,000
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Kanban System Design (KMP1) Puneet Duneja 17th Dec 2016 - 18th Dec 2016 Trivandrum INR 30,000
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SAFe 4.0 Advanced Scrum Master Training Priyank Pathak 24th Dec 2016 - 25th Dec 2016 Bangalore INR 24,000
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Kanban System Design (KMP1) Koti Reddy 24th Dec 2016 - 25th Dec 2016 Hyderabad INR 30,000
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Kanban System Design (KMP1) Puneet Duneja 7th Jan 2017 - 8th Jan 2017 Bangalore INR 30,000
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Certified Leading SAFe 4.0 (SA) Workshop Priyank Pathak 7th Jan 2017 - 8th Jan 2017 Kolkata INR 24,000
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Certified Leading SAFe 4.0 (SA) Workshop Priyank Pathak 14th Jan 2017 - 15th Jan 2017 Bangalore INR 24,000
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SAFe 4.0 Advanced Scrum Master Training Priyank Pathak 21st Jan 2017 - 22nd Jan 2017 Bangalore INR 24,000
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Certified SAFe 4.0 Product Manager/Product Owner Workshop Priyank Pathak 28th Jan 2017 - 29th Jan 2017 Bangalore INR 24,000
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Event Title Date Location
Certified Leading SAFe 4.0 (SA) Workshop 3rd Dec 2016 - 4th Dec 2016 Bangalore
SAFe™ Product Manager/ Product Owner 4.0 (SAFe PM/PO) 22nd Oct 2016 - 23rd Oct 2016 Hyderabad
Kanban Systems Design (KMP 1) 22nd Oct 2016 - 23rd Oct 2016 Trivandrum
SAFe™ Product Manager/ Product Owner 4.0 (SAFe PM/PO) 15th Oct 2016 - 16th Oct 2016 Bengaluru
Kanban Systems Design (KMP 1) 15th Oct 2016 - 16th Oct 2016 Kolkata
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™) 08th Oct 2016 - 09th Oct 2016 Trivandrum
Kanban Systems Design (KMP 1) 01st Oct 2016 - 02nd Oct 2016 Bangalore
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™) 01st Oct 2016 - 02nd Oct 2016 Bangalore
SAFe Advanced Scrum Master 4.0 (SASM) 23rd Sep 2016 - 24th Sep 2016 Bangalore
Kanban Coaching Professional Masterclass(KCP) 4th Sep 2016 - 8th Sep 2016 Bangalore
Lean Kanban Train the Trainer – LKU AKT Program 4th Sep 2016 - 8th Sep 2016 Bangalore
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™) 7th Sep 2016 - 8th Sep 2016 Bangalore
Kanban System Design (KMP - 1) 7th Sep 2016 - 8th Sep 2016 Bangalore
Lean Kanban India Conference 2016 9th Sep 2016 - 10th Sep 2016 Bangalore
Kanban Management Professional (KMP-II) 11th Sep 2016 - 12th Sep 2016 Bangalore
Second Generation Lean Product Development: Applying the Principles of Flow 12th Sep 2016 - 13th Sep 2016 Bangalore
SAFe™ Product Manager/ Product Owner 4.0 (SAFe PM/PO) 30th July 2016 - 31st July 2016 Bangalore
Kanban System Design(KMP-1) 30th July 2016 - 31st July 2016 Bangalore
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™) 22nd July 2016 - 23rd July 2016 Bangalore
Kanban System Design (KMP-1) 9th July 2016 - 10th July 2016 Bangalore
SAFe Practitioner 4.0 (SAFe™ for Teams) 8th July 2016 - 9th July 2016 Bangalore
SAFe™ Product Manager/ Product Owner 4.0 (SAFe PM/PO) 1st July 2016 - 2nd July 2016 Bangalore
Kanban System Design (KMP-1) 1st July 2016 - 2nd July 2016 Hyderabad
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™ ) 24th June 2016 - 25th June 2016 Pune
Kanban System Design (KMP-1)) 24th June 2016 - 25th June 2016 Pune
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™ ) 17th June 2016 - 18th June 2016 Bangalore
Kanban System Design (KMP-I) 17th June 2016 - 18th June 2016 Chennai
SAFe Practitioner 4.0 (SAFe™ for Teams) 10th June 2016 - 11th June 2016 Bangalore
Kanban System Design (KMP-1) 10th June 2016 - 11th June 2016 Bangalore
SAFe™ Product Manager/ Product Owner 4.0 (SAFe PM/PO) 3rd June 2016 - 4th June 2016 Delhi-NCR
Agile Gurgaon 2016 27th May 2016 - 28th May 2016 GURGAON
Certified Scrum Master (CSM) 25th May 2016 - 26th May 2016 Delhi-NCR
Kanban System Design (KMP-1) 25th May 2016 - 26th May 2016 Delhi-NCR
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™ ) 23rd May 2016 - 24th May 2016 Delhi-NCR
Kanban System Design (KMP-1) 27th May 2016 - 28th May 2016 Delhi-NCR
Kanban System Design (KMP-1) 12th April 2016 - 13th April 2016 Delhi-NCR
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™ ) 11th March 2016 - 12th March 2016 Bangalore
Certified Scrum Master (CSM) 08th March 2016 - 09th March 2016 Bangalore
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™ ) 27th Feb 2016 - 28th Feb 2016 Pune
SAFe Agilist 4.0 (Leading SAFe™ ) 15th Feb 2016 - 16th Feb 2016 Delhi-NCR
Lean Kanban India Conference 2015 11th Dec - 12th Dec 2015 Bangalore
Lean Kanban India Conference 2014 11thDec - 12th Dec 2014 Bangalore

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  • December 7, 2016
  • Thought of the day!
  • Easy access of information to expert users helps to ensure collaboration of remote teams.

     

    This practice ensures effective compilation of the team work and helps in improving the overall process.

     

     

     

     

     

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  • December 2, 2016
  • Team INNOROO, the Awesome.
  • “Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people”

    – Steve Jobs

    Most of us have experience to work on projects in a Team either at Office, School or College.

    Does the Teamwork really help you and why is that important?

    In my view “Teamwork” is a very important construct for creating a High Performing Team. Teamwork brings unity, strength, reliability, support and all key factors required into the play, to build a successful team. It maximizes team’s overall capabilities, brings out the best in each team member and as a result offers the best outcomes. I have a recent experience —to share with you– working with a superb team – INNOVATION ROOTS Team, I call the “Team Awesome” 

    It happened recently, when our Team was working for one of a grand event at Bangalore. Like many other projects, our team also faced many unexpected challenges. It gave us the nightmares. Our “Teamwork” increased the trust and collaboration between people, which helped us to perform as a Team. And as a result, our event became a great success.

    Before launching the event, our Team was not experienced to manage event of this volume. We found it difficult at each step without having prior experience. Team identified multiple challenges during the planning and execution of this event. Here are few major ones and what we did as a team –

    Focus: Working on multiple projects and multiple deadlines, people tend to lose their focus. As a team, we were aware of the importance of the event and the hundreds of open items on us. Context switching is a big problem and it could be due to a big pending list. Team realized this problem and started focusing on ‘finishing the most important task at any given point of time’ as a better approach to achieve the goal.  That’s we call teamwork.

    Collaboration: Managing the time and working in silos is also a challenge that may result in significant delays. We faced problem generated by silos. Our Team understood the gap and decided to collaborate more on common goals. This increased the success of our team as we engaged in collaborative problem solving.

    Quality: Delivering quality work has always been our priority. Over the time, team learnt that ignoring quality is originating a lot of rework. Team started reviewing and pairing for their deliverables. We identified the quality expectations are as per the business requirement and focused on completing work with highest quality standards. This helped to build great team momentum.

    Now, the team is confident and full of enthusiasm to make success on our new projects and that’s what makes us “Team Awesome”

    Despite of different background, culture, and experience; Team Awesome is focused to strive hard in moving towards perfection. This leads us to achieve success. Each one of us contributes to add value, quality and innovation at work.

    We believe that one is not success, until the whole team is not successful, and team is not successful until each one in the team is not successful.

    Team Awesome believes that collaboration and trust builds the team so strong that you can overcome any challenges.

    I am proud to be a part of “Team Awesome”.

    Thriveni B Shetty

    Leader and Learner

    Interested to learn, have fun, and succeed together?

    Reach us at careers@innovationroots.com to explore the current opportunities.

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  • November 30, 2016
  • Top 10 Takeaways from LKIN 2016
  • Events for spreading the generic knowledge and awareness are many; Events with vision are very few.

    Lean Kanban India conference is a vision to strengthen networking among people to build a community advocating evolutionary changes. Many of those who are new with Kanban and those practicing Kanban for years, and are globally recognized Kanban experts, annually gather to learn, network and share for past 3 years at Lean Kanban India and conference about Kanban Method.

    Lean Kanban India 2016 (referred in short form as LKIN) event held in the month of September in Garden City of India, Bangalore. It is part of LKU global conference series, sponsored by Digite as Title Sponsor, GoEventz as the Platinum Sponsor, and hosted & managed by INNOVATION ROOTS, a pioneer company in Enterprise Agile Transformation Consulting and Training.

    Lean Kanban India Conference had hundreds of attendees from 8 countries and 20 different companies and 3 sponsors Digite, GoEventz and INNOVATION ROOTS, 16 expert speakers & methodologists all under a single roof with highly energetic 2 days.

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    Great two days of face-to-face interactions, the Pioneers of Kanban, hundreds of learners and thousands of ideas immersed.

    This version of Lean Kanban India 2016 witnessed presence of software and management pioneers like David Anderson (creator and author of Lean Kanban Method), Donald Reinersten (author of Lean Product Development Flow), Andy Carmichael (author of Essential Kanban Condensed) and many other well known thought leaders from various industrial background.

    The power packed speaker panel of Alok Upadhayay, Ashok Kumar Mysore, Avinash Rao, Brett Ansley, Janice Linden Reed, Kirill Klimov, Mahesh Singh, Marcio Sete, Mike Leber, Padma Satyamurthy, Priyank Pathak, Sanjay Kumar, Subhramanyam V and Uptal Chakraborty delivered 20 high quality sessions and apart this 4 awesome keynote sessions by Andy Carmichael, David Anderson, Donald Reinersten, and Supdita Lahiri provided great insights about future of Kanban.

    Lean Kanban Conference 2016 encouraged community on ‘why, what, how, when and where’ Kanban Methodology can be applied? What are the advantages of using Kanban methodologies in an enterprise? Lean Kanban Conference provided platform for immense learning from the experts of the field and below are our 10 takeaways list for you-

    1. Start from where you are- Kanban is built on a core motivation – ‘Start from where you are’. The core of Kanban as a method is its applicability at any stage of the process and to any existing organization. Kanban emphasizes on visualization, to make process simple and understandable, using a Kanban Board. This board is a fundamental concept of Kanban Method and guides a person/team to visualize day-to-day work and self organize for managing the work, by this improve the flow of value though applying Kanban System.
    2. How to chalk out the plan? – Lean Kanban India conference is a platform for beginners to gain the experience and knowledge required to get started from the experience and expert speakers. The in-depth coverage of the Kanban concept like Foundation Kanban, Scaling Kanban, Portfolio Kanban, Enterprise Service Planning and DevOps are a good list to prepare a plan and discuss the opportunity with your organizations.
    3. Kanban’s applicability beyond Software – Normally people feel that Kanban is only for Software domain and limit their attempt to apply Kanban only in Software projects, however Kanban can be applied beyond Software to multiple other domains. Speakers in Lean Kanban India broke this prejudice by sharing case studies about how they applied Kanban to various fields like movie making and day-to-day life for achieving efficiency. Key practices of Kanban like visualization, flow and WIP are simple to implement beyond software.
    4. Interesting Games and Workshops to do with your teams  – Lean Kanban Conference witnessed a perfect blend of interesting sessions, a good mix of talks, case study reports and workshops.  Speakers facilitated exciting workshops to demonstrated the Kanban adaptation and applicability in simplest. On the day one Sanjay Kumar facilitated Waterfall v/s Kanban workshop, while Utpal Chakraborty facilitated Lean & Agile Movie making activity. On the day two Priyank Pathak and Thriveni Shetty facilitated a Kanban PostCard Game. All there workshop are great options to board beginners on Kanban.
    5. Human Psyche’s has a Role in Change – Motivation to continue good work comes from appreciation and the willingness to change or improve comes from with-in. Speakers highlighted the importance of the human psyche in adaption to change in their sessions. They pointed on the role played by intrinsic motivation and its impact in making an employee an excellent performer. Kanban being the simplest of all the methodology is designed for easy visualization & planning the work and this way it inculcate a behavior in individuals/teams to think for opportunities to change the system in order gaining excellence and flow.
    6. It is never easy to change the system (yet some succeed) – Speakers shared their personal field level experiences of facilitating change in a system and the challenges faced in adapting change, and how Kanban can be a great solution to bring the change in the organisation. Their enormous experience from various large to small enterprises, challenges and success stories are great reference point to planning for change. Find the session videos here.
    7. Building the right perspective- It is not Agile vs. Kanban vs. Scrum, its Agile and Kanban and Scrum- This has been a very popular topic and an endless debate in community to compare methods over each other. Participants are familiar with Agile, Scrum and Kanban as three different methods, and as part of this debate they mostly forget the commonality of the methods and the business purpose behind adapting any of these methods. LKIN speakers being experts in the field laid out the common objective on which Agile, Scrum and Kanban are designed i.e. Improving Flow for Faster Value Delivery, Feedback Cycles for Continues Improvement, and Collaboration for better Quality etc in their session. LKIN’s sessions certainly bring the point that perspective must be changed to advance more to implement change successfully over spending on method debates.
    8. Great Q & A at Panel Discussion – One of the best sessions at LKIN16 was the Panel Discussion with Expert Panelist Sudipta Lahiri, Marico Sete, and Andy Carmichael and facilitated by Priyank Pathak in Lean Coffee Format. Participants clarified their doubts on the Kanban methodology with a big list of questions and the most exciting discussion came up with a simple question ‘When not to use Kanban?’ This open discussion made room for thinking of the possibilities and converging the ideas to direction. Panel Discussion held the house for an extra hour and some of the greatest answer came from the Kanban Guru David Anderson himself. Keep an eye on our next blog “Kanban FAQ” for answers of many of those questions.

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      Hundreds of Question on Post-it
    9. Energized! Meet the Gurus and Experts– LKIn16 was a great live saga with creators and authors of Lean, Kanban, Enterprise Service Planning and Product Development Flow. An absolutely privileged opportunity for Lean Kanban Enthusiast Community to face- to- face interact with the creators. These personal conversations were full energy packed and one of the best parts to learn the creator’s perspective about the subjects. The journey in creating Lean, Kanban and Product Development Flow, the benefits these methodologies and frameworks deliver and the best ways to apply these to a project or organizations.
    10. Learning has no end – Great two days of learning and the journey begin with a lot to explore in future. Kanban can be learnt through multiple sources and is an evolutionary method which is continuously evolving. One of such highly recommended sources is David’s Blue Book – ‘Kanban’. Other key titles are ‘Kanban from Inside-out’ by Mike Burrows, ‘Essential Kanban Condensed’ by Andy Carmichael, and a quick glace to official LKIN16 Session Recoding here.

    How to learn more about Kanban?

    Lean Kanban India is one of the milestone events organized by INNOVATION ROOTS and Lean Kanban India 2017 Conference is making its way to India soon!! For those who missed the opportunity last time, here is your chance coming on the way …. keep tracking the Lean Kanban India Website.

    Explore the inner self with the in Lean Kanban India conferences and become an evolutionary change agent.  Join our next class or schedule one at your premises – reach us at training@innovationroots.com

     

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