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Agile Foundations and Introduction to Scrum

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Agile Foundations and Introduction to Scrum

Price: 5000 + GST Price: 0
No Of Days / Sessions: 1
Start Time: 09:30 AM End Time: 05:00 PM
From: 1 February 2020 To: 1 February 2020
Training Type: In Person
Minimum Participants: 5 Maximum Participants: 20
Summary:

Agile Foundations and Introduction to Scrum is a one day interactive workshop, intended to help the attendees start or re-purpose agile ways of working.  It covers the foundations & concepts behind agile ways of working.  Additionally, it covers understanding of SCRUM as one of the emost popular agile frameworks.

Pre Requisites:

NA

Topics Covered:

  • WHY, WHAT and HOW of Agile
    • How agile approaches came to be? Need and mindset behind 
    • Back to Source: The agile manifesto. Agile values and principles & making sense of them
    • Assessing when agile is the right approach to solving a business problems & software development
  • Pillars of agile adoption: Team, Technical & Business Agility
  • Introduction to an agile framework: Scrum:  Values, Roles, Artifacts and Events 
  • Metrics, success indicators for initiating agile ways of working

Key Takeaways:

  •  Assess applicability of agile ways of working
  • Appreciate & Understand possibilities and benefits of agile approach 
  • Appreciate the expanse & complexities of agile adoption
  • Learn basic constructs of SCRUM
  • Equip yourself to have more meaningful & impactful conversations with your stakeholders as an agilist

Target Audience:

People in any of these roles who have curious minds & ability to unlearn: Team members, managers, project managers, developers, testers, Business Analysts, Release/Program Managers, Sponsors to agile initiative

Structure Of Workshop:

Prachi Saraph

Founder, Independent

Registrations Closed