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Lean IT: Achieving Foundation Certification Training

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Transforming organizational culture to put customer value at the center of every IT operation — that’s what Lean IT is about. Achieve APMG-International’s Lean IT Foundation certification with this course and demonstrate your ability to champion Lean IT projects within your organization to achieve operational excellence.

This 2-day Lean IT course will teach you to adopt Lean IT in your organization while freeing up assets for process improvements, relieving pressure on resources, reducing wasteful activities, and easing resistance to change.

Working knowledge at the level of:
Course 918, Agile Fundamentals: Scrum, Kanban, Lean & XP

In order to earn this certification, you must:
Provide evidence of participation in an accredited Lean IT Foundation training
Earn a score of 65% (26 out of 40 correct answers) is required to pass the exam

Students will have the option of taking the exam around 3:30pm on the 2nd day of training, or using a voucher for another time.
Exam details:
65% passing score (26 of 40 multiple choice)
60 minutes duration
Closed book

Lean IT: Achieving Foundation Certification Training Delivery Methods
After-course instructor coaching included
Exam included
Lean IT: Achieving Foundation Certification Training Course Benefits
Prepare for the Lean IT Foundation certification examAchieve operational excellence through improved agility, service quality, and efficiencyInvolve all employees to continually improve services and preserve value with less effortOptimize IT operations and processes supporting the most business-critical applications and servicesImplement a rigorous problem solving process to achieve greater strategic and financial value
Lean IT Course Outline
What is Lean?

Introduction to Lean

Definition of Lean IT
Historical development of Lean and Toyota Production System
5 key Lean principles: customer value, value stream, flow, pull, and perfection
Study waste (muda), variability (mura), and overburden (muri)
Classification of Lean activities: value-add, necessary non-value-add, and non-value add
Utilizing the Deming circle for quality improvement
Discussing the key players: Shingo Prize
Lean IT Dimensions
Foundation Exam

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