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What it is and benefits of earning the Certified Kanban System Design designation

Kanban was first developed by Toyota as a scheduling system for optimizing the automotive manufacturing process and is often referred to as lean manufacturing. It has since evolved into other industry sectors by increasing efficiency through the use of computer technology.   Regardless of your job or industry, learn how the Kanban Method is used universally to help organize and manage your work better.

This webinar will focus on:

  • Explaining the Kanban Method, principles and practices  
  • Understanding how Kanban can improve productivity and workflow processes in your organization
  • Reviewing benefits and opportunities to using Kanban and getting certified

Join Sunny Dhillon, Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT) to hear about how Kanban fits into different contexts and whether earning the Certified Kanban System Design (KSD) designation is right for you. 

Want to learn more? Register for the Certified Kanban System Design course launching November 21.  

Panel includes:

Sunny Dhillon
Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT), Kanban University

Raquel Collins
BComm, MEd, CSM, CAL
Associate Director, UBC Sauder Continuing Business Studies

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