Scrum Alliance proclaims Scrum as a “simple yet incredibly powerful set of principles and practices that help teams deliver products in short cycles, enabling fast feedback, continual improvement, and rapid adaptation to change”. In today’s world, everybody is getting more and more exposure to agile methodologies and practices where Scrum hold a premium position. In software industry for instance, everybody from the rookie barely typing code to the greatest guru, they have all been involved in a more or less agile project. Scrum’s fame grew to the point that basic knowledge is already a must for everybody in this industry. Nevertheless, doing Scrum is not easy. Especially is the team is not properly equipped with the right knowledge, experience and mindset. This training is designed to offer a balanced mix of culture understanding, process knowledge and desire to do things right.
- Closing more project on time and within budget,
- Build a more intimate relationship with your customers,
- Create a result-oriented attitude of the team,
- Better identification and management of risks,
- Increased participation, ownership, and accountability from stakeholders,
- The people feel more motivated and empowered,
- Increased efficiency of activities through process management,
- Knowledge and understanding of different methodologies used in top companies ,
- Learning to be more organized and the role discipline plays in a project.
Why picking us?
- Learn from a trainer who is a real practitioner
- Benefit from a vast experience (4 years and 2000+ people trained)
- Get support after the course to implement the theory
- Global presence: we are where you are!
- Introduction to methodologies and standards
- The agile value proposition
- Agile vs. waterfall
- Agile values and principles
- Workshop “Productivity improvement”
- Scrum (roles, artifacts, ceremonies)
- Agile teams (roles, servant leadership, empowerment, self-organizing teams, sharing information, building teams, conflict management)
- Workshop “Managing an agile project”
- Starting up a project (indicators, vision, personas)
- Backlog management (collecting requirements, writing user stories, high level estimations, story points, definition of done, prioritization techniques)
- Sprint planning (story level estimations, planning poker, task management)
- Inspect and adapt (daily stand-ups, reviews and retrospectives)
- Next steps in becoming more agile