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Managing Projects in Agile with Scrum

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Name Managing Projects in Agile with Scrum
DescriptionAgile is a Project Management framework that is used as a means for managing change. Agile employs  an iterative and incremental approach to all projects that reaps rewards with better quality products and a quicker time to market. Agile empowers your teams to work in a self organised way using all the planning tools that Agile provides.This two day course uses provides an introduction to Agile, an overview of  the leading Agile methods; including Scrum, eXtreme Programming, and Lean Software Development, using  practical exercises to demonstrate the skills required to manage an Agile project.    What is Agile    How do we use Agile and Scrum    What makes up the Scrum frameworkPrerequisitesThe intended audience for this course is anyone interested in working in an Agile environment.Potentially working as a Product Owner or Scrum Master or Team members – this could be Project Managers, Team Leaders, Development Managers, Testers, Developers, Business analysts etc.Delegates will learn how toThis course enables the delegates to understand what the roles are in Agile, the planning and feedback that assists the Development Team to realise the project goals. It also looks at how an Agile project is managed.
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Overview

Agile is a Project Management framework that is used as a means for managing change. Agile employs an iterative and incremental approach to all projects that reaps rewards with better quality products and a quicker time to market. Agile empowers your teams to work in a self organised way using all the planning tools that Agile provides.

This two day course gives delegates a complete introduction to Agile using practical exercises that demonstrate the skills required to manage an Agile project. While the course gives an overview of Scrum, the emphasis of the course is on practical applications of Scrum in a business context including project (release) planning.

Target Audience

The intended audience for this course is anyone interested in working in an Agile environment. Potentially working as a Product Owner or Scrum Master or Team members - this could be Project Managers, Team Leaders, Development Managers, Testers, Developers, Business analysts etc.

Included

  • Key Learning Points

Learning Objectives

Delegates will learn how to:

This course enables the delegates to understand what the roles are in Agile, the planning and feedback that assists the Development Team to realise the project goals. It also looks at how an Agile project is managed and how an Agile team interfaces with other project and business roles.

Pre-Requisites

Delegates should have experience of working in a project team, whether or not an Agile approach was used.

Course Content

Agile History and Background

  • Scrum origins and the Agile Manifesto
  • The 4 values and 12 principles of Agile

Why Agile

  • Environments that are best suited to an Agile approach
  • Benefits of Agile
  • Project constraints in traditional projects versus Agile projects
  • Empirical process and how this approach is used to develop a product iteratively and incrementally
  • MoSCow Prioritisation and the 'Iron Triangle' of Time, Cost, Features (and Quality) and how we use this technique for planning and estimating.

Scrum Framework

Roles:

  • Product Owner - representing the voice of the customer and responsible for return on investment
  • Scrum Master - responsible for facilitating and coaching the Scrum Team
  • Development Team - self-managing and cross-functional and responsible for delivering 'Done' work during the sprint?

Artefacts:

  • Product backlog - a prioritised list of requirements in the form of User Stories
  • Sprint backlog - a list of tasks the team will deliver during the sprint
  • Sprint Burndown - charts tracking progress during the project or sprint

Events:

  • Release Planning - how to create a high-level plan to determine if the project is feasible and can be implemented using a Agile approach
  • Sprint Planning - to plan what will be delivered during the sprint
  • Sprint - a period from 1 week to 1 month during which the team produce potentially shippable product
  • Daily Scrum - a 15-minute daily meeting for the development team.
  • Sprint Review - held at the end of the sprint to show that business what has been achieved
  • Sprint Retrospective - held at the end of the sprint for the team to continuously improve

Release Planning Exercise

  • The delegates will create a product backlog of high-level features. They will then prioritise and estimate the backlog and create a Release Plan that can be used to set the project timeframe, resource costs and major deliverables.

Enterprise Scrum

  • An introduction to scaling Scrum for use in large organisations.

We reserve the right to improve the specification and format of our courses for the benefit of our customers without notice to the customer.

London - International House

Description:

Location:

International House
3rd Floor
1 St Katharines Way
London
E1W 1UN

 

Directions:

International House is a premier training centre located close to Tower Bridge, between St Katharine Dock and the Tower of London.


Car parking

The nearest car park is the NCP at Whitechapel High Street.

Rail

  • London Fenchurch Street Rail – 12 minute walk
  • London Cannon Rail – 20 minute walk
  • London Bridge Rail – 25 minute walk 

Tube

  • Tower Gate Way -  8 minute walk 
  • Tower Hill – 10 minute walk
  • Aldgate - 15 minutes walk  
  • Aldgate East – 17 minute walk
  • Monument – 18 minute walk 
  • Bank - 22 minute walk  
  • London Bridge Underground – 25 Minute walk

Buses

Routes 42, 78 and RV1 use the Tower of London stop (TL) on St. Katharine’s Way, just outside International House.

Delegates should be familiar with the content and rationale for the rules of Scrum in the Scrum Guide.

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