Introduction to Agile Training Course

Introduction to Agile Training Course

This Introduction to Agile Training Course covers all the benefits of agile development and product management, as well as the fundamentals of Scrum.

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  • The Why of Agile
  • Agile Principles
  • Introduction to Kanban
  • Introduction to XP
  • Introduction to Scrum
  • Common Agile Practices
  • Getting Started

Students are challenged to act in terms of Scrum. They take home an increased understanding of how to collaborate better and work as a team.

  • Develop an understanding of Agile Principles
  • Explain the context where Agile is most effective
  • Understand the common Agile frameworks
  • Have an overview of some common Agile practices and terms
  • Build a practical understanding of next steps.

The training may be interesting to anyone wanting to learn more about Agile methods. This could be Managers, Leadership, Project Managers, Developers, Testers, Architects ... well anyone. This is a fantastic course to establish a common understanding and language within a team or organisation.

This interactive immersive workshop uses facilitated exercises to achieve the learning. Energetic and engaging, this is a hands on workshop.

Attendees make the most of the class if they:

  • Have studied the Scrum Guide (required)
  • Have passed the Scrum Open assessment
  • Have been closely involved or have a high interest with a project that builds or enhances a software product or application

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