28 Jan 2022, 10:00 am

Professional Scrum with Kanban

Sprint Planning, Sprint Review, Retrospective… This we know, but how to organize the development process itself? Learning Kanban flow practices will help you improve your workflow efficiency and teach your team to finish what was planned by the end of Sprint without overworking and stress.
Starting on 28 Jan 2022, 10:00 am
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Date28–29.01.2022Time10:00 am FormatOnline LanguageRussian Groupup to 12 people Duration16 hours
Combining the best of the worlds of Scrum and Kanban, Ken Schwaber and Scrum.org, together with Daniel Vacanti and other leaders of the global Kanban Community, have created a system that can increase the efficiency of Scrum through Kanban practices without changing the characteristics of the scrum process itself.
You will learn how the flow works and how to manage it in a team. On the practical exercises, participating in real simulations, you will learn how to design a Kanban board and visualize the flow.
At the training, we will briefly mention the basics of Scrum and focus on Kanban and the prospects for its use in the Scrum Teams workflow.
Professional Scrum with Kanban training will prepare you for the PSK I certification test at Scrum.org. By passing this test, you will be able to confirm your expertise with the Scrum.org certificate, which is recognized internationally.
Who should attend

  • Scrum Masters and managers who want to improve transparency and optimize the flow in their teams
  • Developers, testers, and other Scrum Team members who want to better understand how to apply Kanban flow practices in the context of the Scrum Team

You Will Learn About

  • How to optimize workflow, eliminate obstacles and avoid delays associated with the accumulation of tasks on the tables of domain experts or responsible persons
  • The basics of Kanban and its practices that can be used in Scrum Teams without switching to a new framework
  • How to choose the right practices and reap as many benefits as possible from the joint use of Scrum and Kanban
  • How to visualize value flow and design Kanban board
  • How to guide the empirical inspection and adaptation process through Kanban practices

Is this training relevant for you? We are here to answer.


Professional Scrum with Kanban training is useful for passing the PSK I certification assessment. All participants of the training receive a password to the assessment.

If you use a password for 14 days and do not reach at least 85% (minimum passing score), we will give you another try at no additional cost.

For participating in the training (even if the assessment is failed), you will receive 14 PDU points from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

6 of 7 attendees of the previous training passed the PSK certification assessment on Scrum.org on the first try.

Day one

Professional Scrum Basics

Very briefly, in the form of a game, we will recall the key points of the Scrum, which we will need during the training.

Kanban theory and principles

Theoretical part. What Kanban is, who and when created it, principles and practices of Kanban.

Kanban in practice: simulations and exercises

This part of the training includes two simulations. One will help you understand how a flow works, how it can block, what can speed it up, and how Kanban practices help manage the flow. The second exercise includes basic work with the Kanban board and an explanation of its structure and content.

Day two


We go back to yesterday’s simulations and analyze them one more time.

Value flow and its visualization, Definition of Workflow

Simulation: we design a Kanban board and visualize the workflow on it. Then we analyze which solution was successful and which was not, and analyze the mistakes.

Metrics and quantitative process control

Here, we will look at the four mandatory Kanban metrics and their relationship, learn to use them to quantitatively control the process. Will analyze the charts.

The use of Kanban in the context of Scrum Teams

We will go through Scrum events in a simulation format. Daily Scrum and how to improve it with Kanban metrics and charts. Sprint Planning and how to run it faster and more accurately thanks to Kanban metrics. Sprint Review and how to make it more effective. Retrospective and how to improve it with quantitative information received with Kanban techniques.

Trainer — Konstantin Razumovsky

Konstantin Razumovsky is the first Professional Scrum Trainer in the Republic of Belarus, the first Russian-speaking Scrum.org PST.

Konstantin has been working in software development since 1998. He worked his way up from a Java developer to a chief operating officer of a product company. Implemented Scrum both at the team level and at the project program level. At various times he worked in the positions of Project Manager, Scrum Master, and Product Owner. Has experience in Quality Management (CMMI, ISO 9001).

He worked for IBA, Tieto, exp (capital), and EPAM Systems.

The author of the official translations of the Agile Manifesto and Scrum Guide, also the author of numerous articles on Scrum.org.

Trainer — Konstantin Razumovsky

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The price includes:

  • A set of official training materials of Scrum.org
  • 16 hours of training by the Professional Scrum Trainer Konstantin Razumovsky
  • A voucher for free PSK I assessment (2 attempts)

The training materials are relevant and identical all over the world

The training materials are developed and supported by one of Scrum’s creators, Ken Schwaber, together with the Scrum.org PST community. They make sure that the materials always correspond to the latest practices and current situation in software development companies.

Our trainers conduct courses in their own style, according to their own experience, but the training materials are identical all over the world. Students learn the same things regardless of where the training takes place and who conducts it.

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