Agile is an approach to product or service development under which requirements and solutions evolve through the collaborative effort of self-organising and cross-functional teams and their customer/end-user. Agile advocates adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery, and continual improvement, and it encourages rapid and flexible response to change.
Run by an experienced Agile trainer, on this course we’ll present the tenets of Agile methodologies using the Scrum framework as a primary example to demonstrate the Agile approaches, their benefits, and challenges.
Our Introduction to Agile using Scrum Framework course is available at our training centre in The Shard, London. At the end of the day, you’ll leave with an understanding of Agile and a pragmatic approach of the use of Scrum techniques.
Upon completion of this course, you will walk away with the ability to:
Identify basic concepts, core values, principles, and methodologies of Agile
Address the myths, challenges, and benefits of Agile
Define the Scrum framework
Execute sprint ceremonies using Scrum framework and techniques
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Who's it for?
This course is intended for business and project professionals in a variety of roles who want to learn more about Agile as a prelude to Agile project management and the use of a scrum framework adoption or migration. It’s also suited for those who work on projects that require more flexibility and adaptability than a traditional approach.
Getting Started with Agile
Overview of Agile
Core Values of Agile
Principles of Agile
Common Methodologies of Agile
Addressing the Myths, Challenges, and Benefits of Agile
Overcome the Myths and Misunderstandings of Agile
Agile Culture and the Challenges of using Agile
The Benefits of Agile
Introducing the Scrum Methodology
Identify Roles and Responsibilities in Scrum
Define the Sprint Ceremonies
Executing Sprint Ceremonies
Estimate a Scrum Project
Conduct a Sprint Planning Meeting
Conduct a Sprint
Conduct a Sprint Review Meeting
Conduct a Sprint Retrospective Meeting
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Course fees – £598.80
No government funding available for this course
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About Jellyfish Training
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Jellyfish Training offer a range of delivery formats to suit all needs. Groups can be of any size, from private team sessions, multi-day workshops for entire organisations, 1-2-1s or even remote/online training catering for teams in different locations, we will be able to create something to suit.
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