Too much work, too many interruptions, pressure to complete, pressure to perform, being held to unreasonable estimates, and expectations from every angle stresses us out and reduces our effectiveness. We are distracted. We cannot focus. We cannot finish.
Personal Kanban is an award-winning productivity system that will allow you to see your work, master your workload, focus and finish.
When all around me seems to spin out of control, it is so refreshing to turn around in my seat and see my Personal Kanban board waiting for me…If I do nothing else but LIMIT MY WORK IN PROGRESS, I already begin to breathe easier. The grace of this system cannot be overstated. - Dan L.
We go to work everyday in offices or from home. We want to get all our assignments done and make promises we can keep. But we are constantly challenged to complete even simple tasks. We have to ask ourselves:
This course solves these problems and more.
I've been using Personal Kanban for a couple months now at work and at home, and I couldn't be happier with how much more focused and impactful my work is. This is a powerful, flexible system that I highly recommend to anyone who needs more clarity and definition in their work stream. - Tony S.
This course is taught by Jim Benson, the creator of Personal Kanban and co-author of the Shingo Award-winning book that sparked a productivity movement.
Jim and his Personal Kanban co-author Tonianne DeMaria Barry are pioneers of applying Lean thinking to knowledge work and have helped clients in over two dozen countries implement the principles of Personal Kanban, including organizations as diverse as Starbucks, Spotify, the United Nations, Riot Games, the World Bank, State Farm, Statoil (Norway) Sparebanken Vest, JP Morgan, H&M and ComcastNBCUniversal.
Who is this class for?
Anyone who is looking to:
This course awards 5 PMI PDUs and is the equivalent of 5 hours of class time for other certifications.
This method is like magic! I have improved my productivity without being overly concerned about it. My working spaces have become more organized, which really helps reduce stress. - Paul W.