Agile is not a one size fits all methodology… your Agile training shouldn’t take a one size fits all approach! This course is designed to create an emergent experience based on the unique needs of each individual class. We use the same planning techniques to run the class that you will learn while in the class. Be prepared to fully immerse yourself in learning the fundamentals of agile project management and leadership, by participating in a class that is structured to run just like a real agile project.
What You Will Learn?
Background and history of Agile methodologies
The importance of collaboration (exercise)
Overview of agile principles, values, and practices
The basic mechanics of Agile
The importance of flow (exercise)
The cultural impact of Agile
User stories, estimation, and release planning
Learn how to run an effective sprint/iteration planning meeting
Learn how to run an effective daily stand-up meeting
Learn how to run an effective sprint/iteration retrospective
Understanding Scrum Roles: ScrumMaster, Product Owner, and Team
Servant leadership (exercise)
The role of traditional managers
Common impediments to adopting agile