Open Assessment to CKMS (Certified Kanban Management Specialist)


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Evaluate your expertise in Kanban Management.


This assessment is designed for you to assess your Kanban knowledge, identify improvement points, and prepare to earn the CKMS (Certified Kanban Management Specialist) credential.


This assessment consists of 10 randomly selected questions and hundreds of questions that may be on the certification exam.


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You are a Service Delivery Manager (SDM) employed by the IT department. The IT manager considers using Kanban practices for a new project.
However, he wonders what it is worth for all the team members to attend this meeting called Daily every day. The organization already has its employees participating in many mandatory meetings.

What are the two results of the Daily that you inform about, to express the importance of this event? (Choose the two best answers)

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Kanban is a revolutionary way of approaching a company's issues / problems.

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The Kanban Method IS NOT:

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Among the best practices and metrics of the Kanban Method, we can mention: (Choose the best answer)

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Which Law originated in Queuing Theory is widely used in the Kanban Method, as it links the basic flow metrics? (Choose the best answer)

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Which of the options below best describe the Kanban Method or System? (Choose the two best answers):

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The CFD (Cumulative Flow Diagram) is a graph that provides a quick and consolidated view of what is happening in the project. The CFD consolidates several indicators in one graph, such as WIP (Work in Progress), Lead Time and Throughput.

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Kanban is likely to be a good method for your team if your project or development meets the following criteria: (Choose the two best options)

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In the Kanban Method, Classes of Service (CoS) are policies about how an item should be treated by the team, given its characteristics. The most common categories are:

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Unlike other agile approaches, the Kanban Method has essential cadences (meetings), which lead to the same objective - frequent delivery with quality, more efficient flow and customer satisfaction.
Which of the options below does NOT represent a Kanban cadence? (Choose the best option)

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