AGILE Training - Course Overwiew
Focussing upon Scrum, the course provides a breakdown of the leading agile methods, their relationships with each other and their links with Dynamic and Formal methods such as DSDM and PRINCE2.
Agile Training comprises of pre-course contact, detailed instruction, demonstration, exercises utilising Scrum techniques, course materials and post course follow-up. It provides the knowledge and experience to enable individuals and companies to overcome the challenge of moving from legacy development methods to a more productive, efficient, empowered and self-regulating development environment.
Other benefits, which can be derived from attending include:
• Improved product quality and client relationships.
• Increased productivity giving reduced time to delivery.
• Improved team morale and job satisfaction.
This course is specifically focused upon those wishing to adopt Agile and needing to develop their knowledge of Agile methods and techniques.
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The course will provide:
The knowledge to allow attendees to initiate an Agile Infrastructure and Scrum team environment
Information and experience to work in an Agile Manner
Understanding and practical experience of the prime Agile Techniques (when to use them and how they may be varied to suit different project types)
A sufficient level of understanding to continue professional development and research
Running professional Agile projects
Optimising project costs savings
Enhancing project deliverables
Reducing delivery times
Minimising issues and risks
Empowering and bringing the best out of teams
Improving client relationships and redefining the team environment
Business and Systems Analysts
Focussing heavily on Scrum and using it as the driving force, the course is structured to answer the following:
What is really meant by Agile and how do methods such as Scrum, Kanban and Atern integrate?
What are "Agile Prerequisites", "Key Agile Techniques" and what does a change to Agile Practices really mean?
What are "empowered teams" and how does Agile enable the development of "self-directed work teams"?
How does Agile promote and benefit productivity and client relationships?
The course will enable attendees to:
Adopt, customise and use Agile methods
Build, govern and maintain Agile Teams
Use key Agile Techniques (e.g. Agile boards, story cards, estimation poker etc.)
Exploit Agile Advantages
Advance their professional development.
Other Frequently Asked Questions are:
When and how to combine Atern, Scrum and Kanban?
How are the methods structured?
How do the methods work and what are their techniques?
What joint practices are there across the methods?
How can Agile work within a formal Prince management environment?
What are the differences between Extreme, Agile, Dynamic and Formal methods?
How can I integrate Agile into my workplace?
The course, in detail is:
Introductions and background.
What is meant by Agile and Agile Manifesto.
Introduction to Scrum, Kanban and Atern.
The Agile development lifecycle.
Agile team roles, responsibilities and communication - working with the client - empowered and self-directed teams.
Agile processes, products and techniques.
Agile/lean development environment.
Transitioning to Agile, transition strategies and business issues.