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IC Agile Certified Professional: Agile essentials with Scrum and Kanban

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IC Agile Certified Professional: Agile essentials with Scrum and Kanban

Price: 22500 + GST Price for Unconf Participants: 17500 + GST
No Of Days / Sessions: 2
Start Time: 09:30 AM End Time: 05:00 PM
From: 22 February 2020 To: 23 February 2020
Training Type: In Person
Minimum Participants: 10 Maximum Participants: 25

The purpose of the ICAgile accredited course is to help the learner understand that Agile is a mindset based on values and principles, not a single methodology. It offers vocabulary and understanding so that learners can discuss issues, common pitfalls, and potential benefits with other Agile practitioners. This class offers learners an introduction to at least one Agile approach, from project chartering and release planning to work breakdown and developing shared understanding. Whether you’re an executive, project manager, programmer, tester, analyst, product manager or someone interested in working on or with Agile team, this course is suited for you. Trainees get a combination of mindset and toolset to start practicing Agile methods in their teams.

Pre Requisites:


Learing Goal:

Agile is not just a set of tools; it's a way of thinking. This course introduces you to the basic concepts of Agile, its philosophy, and principles. We will tell you why it is important not just to "do Agile", but to "be Agile". We consolidate the theory by the example of the most popular Agile methods: Scrum and Kanban. This training is designed for all audiences. The participants earn ICP certificates.

The training program is accredited by the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile). The course is designed for those who have little familiarity with the principles of Agile development, or wish to structure their knowledge. Upon completion of the training, participants receive an ICAgile Certified Professional (ICP) personal certificate which is recognized worldwide.

Topics Covered:

    1. History
    2. Culture & Mindset
    1. Creating Shared Understanding
    2. Shifts in Roles
    1. Incremental Development
    2. Work-in-Progress (WIP)
    1. Including Customers and Users
    2. Product Adaptation
    1. Planning
    2. Process & Project Adaptation

Key Takeaways:

  • Become acquainted with the Agile approach not as a set of practices, but as a way of thinking
  • Get an idea of the approach through real examples of Agile implementation
  • Systematize knowledge on the basic principles of Agile software development
  • Learn to apply the most popular methods of Agile software development: Kanban and Scrum
  • Learn to create an environment for successful team interaction
  • Implement various practices in your projects
  • Understand potential development paths in different areas of Agile
  • Gain knowledge and skills which allow you to consciously manage the process and adapt it to a specific project

Target Audience:

  1. Leaders and Managers: Heads of projects, departments, team leaders; ScrumMasters and Agile coaches.
  2. Process Participants: Engineers, QAs, analysts, designers and other participants in the software development process.

Structure Of Workshop:

It's a workshop designed considering a good mix of conversation as well as games.

Deepti Jain

Founder, AgileVirgin

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