Course: Agile Methodology Implementation Bootcamp — for Managers & Leads · 3 days [M2]

Course: Agile Methodology Implementation Bootcamp — for Managers & Leads · 3 days [M2]

from 1,799.00

Learn how to prepare your team for the first Agile/Scrum iteration or Kanban execution. Clarify/configure roles, life cycle parameters, artefacts, collaboration mechanisms and tools.

Duration: 3 days / 6 evenings / 21 hours
Audience: Agile/Scrum Masters, Development Managers and Leads, QA/Test Managers and Leads, BA Managers and Leads, Project Managers
Certification: Upon training completion
Courseware licensing: 3 months or perpetual

Learning Cases and Simulations:
✓ Relate the agile values to your current team environment
✓ Define a Scrum and Scrumban/Kanban life cycle model
✓ Create requirements based using epics and stories
✓ Plan releases and iterations with cadence and planning poker
✓ Perform effective agile in the case of a distributed team
✓ Adapt the test process and use agile-friendly test automation
✓ Utilise suitable tools for content management and tracking

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COURSE OUTLINE

AGILE PHILOSOPHY

1 · Agile Values, Principles and Mindset

  • Agile Manifesto and Agile values
  • Agile Methods
  • Industry experiences
  • Agility, adaptability and stakeholder involvement
  • Agile adoption strategies and challenges

AGILE LIFE CYCLE MODELS

2 · Scrum, Kanban, Scrumban and Hybrid Models

  • Scrum overview, stories and sprints
  • Scrum roles and stakeholders
  • Product and Sprint backlogs
  • Scrum events
  • Kanban and Scrumban
  • Combining Agile with RUP or CMMI

AGILE VISION & REQUIREMENTS

3 · Envisioning and Requirements

  • Agile/scrum vision and roadmapping
  • Epics, themes and story mapping
  • User roles and user stories

4 · User Stories

  • Writing good user stories
  • Story acceptance criteria
  • Backlog grooming, story sizing and backlog prioritization
  • Story elaboration approaches and use cases

PLANNING

5 · Agile Planning

  • Time-driven and scope-driven release planning
  • Sprint length and sprint types
  • Story points and planning poker
  • Task estimating and sprint planning meeting

CONSTRUCTION

6 · Agile Design

  • Minimal design
  • Test-driven development (TDD)
  • Using fake objects such as mocks
  • Lightweight design documentation

7 · Agile Development

  • Pair programming
  • Code refactoring
  • Automated unit testing
  • Collective ownership, individual accountability
  • Continuous integration

8 · Agile Quality Assurance and Testing

  • Agile test dimensions
  • Collaborative test ownership and changed tester role
  • Leveraging automated tests
  • Scripted versus exploratory testing

GOVERNANCE & ENVIRONMENT

9 · Agile Project Management

  • Scrum and management
  • Status reporting
  • Sprint review agenda
  • Sprint retrospective agenda
  • Recovery, when things go wrong
  • Scaling agile projects

10 · Agile Environment and Tools

  • Unified team and onsite customer
  • Co-location and war rooms
  • Agile change control
  • Item tracking
  • Other agile tools

LANGUAGES
Dutch, English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish

TRAINING VENUES
Our live online and self-paced formats permits anybody to participate regardless of your location.

In addition, we offer in-house training in any location worldwide.

Venues for public training are located in the following cities:
Seattle, San Francisco, Denver, Chicago, Boston, New York, Austin (USA) · Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax (Canada) · Mexico City, Monterrey (Mexico) · Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia (Brazil) · Buenos Aires (Argentina) · Santiago (Chile) · Vienna, Montevideo (Uruguay) · Stockholm, Gothenburg (Sweden) · Copenhagen (Denmark) · Dublin, Cork (Ireland) · London, Manchester, Glasgow, Brighton (UK) · Paris, Lille, Toulouse, Lyon, Montpellier, Bordeaux, Nice (France) · Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Eindhoven (Netherlands) · Brussels, Antwerp (Belgium) · Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg (Germany) · Helsinki (Finland) · Tallinn (Estonia) · Vilnius (Lithuania) · Riga (Latvia) · Zurich, Geneva (Switzerland) · Vienna, Innsbruck (Austria) · Prague (Czech Republic) · Budapest (Hungary) · Warsaw, Kraków (Poland) · Milan, Rome (Italy) · Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Málaga (Spain) · Lisbon, Porto (Portugal) · Moscow, St Petersburg, Novosibirsk (Russian Federation) · Casablanca (Morocco) · Tunis (Tunisia) · Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban (South Africa) · Nairobi (Kenya) · Lagos (Nigeria) · Tel Aviv (Israel) · Beirut (Lebanon) · Riyadh, Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) · Abu Dhabi, Dubai (UAE) · Doha (Quatar) · Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai (India) · Bangkok (Thailand) · Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) · Singapore · Jakarta (Indonesia) · Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) · Seoul (South Korea) · Beijing, Shanghai (China) · Hong Kong · Tokyo, Osaka (Japan) · Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth (Australia) · Auckland, Wellington (New Zealand)