Enterprise Agile Development (2 Day)
Scrum In Practice
A two day course focused on training all team members from Product Management, development, QA, and Operations to become successful in executing a Scrum Project to include transitioning from directive management to team enablement. Team members will be taught to manage and execute Scrum processes within real world project environments. The Agile Manifesto and philosophy are woven into measurable and deployable activities taught by an instructor who has years of successful Agile implementation experience.
Enterprise Agile Development: Organization and Outline of Courses
The Enterprise Agile Development course is made of two coruses:Scrum in Practice and Scrum Requirements Management. From this course, you will earn 21 PDUs, Work through a hands-on simulation of a complete Scrum project, from start to finish and master Scrum sufficiently to launch a Scrum project across your organization.
This two day course encompasses the first section of the full Enterprise Agile Development course, but can also be purchased separately. It focused on training all team members to become successful in executing a Scrum Project to include transitioning from directive management to team enablement.
This one day course encompasses the second section of the full Enterprise Agile Development course, but can also be purchased separately. This course helps Project Managers and Product Owners who are responsible for producing requirements understand how requirements are generated and planned.
Project Managers, Product Owners, Program Managers, PMO Directors and staff who manage projects and processes, Software development, QA, and Product Management personnel who will do the hands-on work in a Scrum process, Executives interested in integrating Scrum processes with the business to improve product development and Anyone who wants to know how Scrum really works
What You Will Get
- Earn 14PDUs
- Practice all the necessary skills, with hands-on exercises
- Work through a hands-on simulation of a complete Scrum project, from start to finish
- Master Scrum sufficiently to launch a Scrum project in your office
- Driving factors behind Scrum & Agile Development
- Scrum Time Boxes, Roles, and Artifacts
- Requirements Development
- Product Backlog Development and Ranking
- Definition of Done
- Task Breakdown
- Sprint Design Considerations
- Velocity Estimation (Capacity Analysis)
- Release Definition
- Release Criteria
- Tools for Agile Project Management
- Sprint Planning
- Daily Scrum Meeting
- Sprint Review
- Retrospective Meeting
- Sample Project
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