Agile is a mindset and Scrum a framework that can lead to highly disciplined team-driven software delivery. In today’s digital world, most companies are using the Agile development process to get their product ideas developed into something a user can see on the webpage.
In order to achieve maximum potential using Agile and Scrum, organizations and teams must learn to think and work differently. In this workshop you’ll learn Agile and Scrum principles, tools, practices and "ceremonies" through practical exercises reinforced with real-world examples.
This full-day workshop is for for anyone in a technical organization who wants to understand, leverage and incorporate Agile frameworks to improve their output.
Understand why agile teams typically outperform waterfall ones
Identify the leverage points that make agile teams reach their full potential
Take away not just the practices, principles, rhythm, and patterns (as well as anti-patterns) commonly leveraged and experienced by agile teams but why, where and when they’re employed
Experience the challenges agile approaches demand of developers and other team members, scrum masters, product owners, managers and stakeholders (both the challenges for your own role and the challenges for other roles)
Ron Lichty has been living Agile Methodology for almost 15 years. He is author of Managing the Unmanageable, which reviewers have compared to classics The Mythical Man-Month and Peopleware. He is a regular speaker at events such as Agile Camp, Code Camp, and Agile Open on topics like Becoming an Agile Manager; Rules, Tools, and Insights for Managing Software People and Teams; and How Leaders Can Empower High Performance Teams. Ron has worked as an Agile Software Coach and Management Mentor training companies such as Engine Yard, Axcient, Merced Systems, and others.
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