Enterprise Service Planning enables this in a simple way, without having to prescribe or force it though a process. The Kanban principles make the complexity – which necessarily arises in organizations due to services that are dependent on one another – transparent and manageable. Particular features of your working environment can also be operated in a routine manner, as well as last-minute special orders – and you learn to detect weak points automatically and to rectify them systematically. You thus become better continuously, regardless of whether you work in a software development team, in IT operations, in an advertising agency or in a HR department.
ESP is not a scaling model for Kanban - it is much more than that. ESP is a management approach that has a modular structure and covers the relevant aspects of the value chain - from portfolio management, the product development process and risk management to organization strategy. Always with the focus on optimizing the organization's specific goals. ESP makes use of the knowledge and basic principles resulting from many years of experience in working with Kanban, but also makes use of many other methods and management models.
Module 1 – Strategic Planning
Module 2 – Product and Portfolio Managment
Module 3 – Product and Portfolio Management
Module 4 – Enterprise Services
Module 5 – Enterprise Services
The focus of this training course is on business agility for the organization through fitness for purpose: a company should be resilient for every requirement it can meet the scope of its purpose. Enterprise Service Planning helps to achieve this.