Agile Project Management Training is designed to introduce the main Agile methodologies and mindset and show the benefits from this new way of working.
Projects (especially IT projects) often fail to deliver what the customer really needs. The main reason for this is the lack of direct collaboration between the development team and the customer or end-user.
Agile is a term used to describe a general approach to product and/or software development. All agile methods, including Scrum, emphasize teamwork, frequent deliveries of working products, close customer collaboration, and the ability to respond quickly to change. As a result, the customer gets what they want, often at a lower cost and sooner than they would normally.
Innova Solutions’ Agile training demonstrates how agile teams can work together with customers to make sure they deliver the right product. Our Scrum Master and Product Owner workshops will help prepare your staff for these key roles in an Agile project. Other workshops are designed to help company management understand the different way Agile teams work and produce results. Our Design Thinking demonstrates shows how to solve tough problems and design great products using the scientific method, prototypes and experimentation.
All of our Agile workshops use real case studies, based on our customers actual business, so that the participants can apply lessons learned to real challenges right away.
We also supply on-site coaching and Scrum Masters to guide your team through the critical stages of your transition to Agile.
All of our workshops can be customized to meet your specific requirements.
This includes the content, duration, delivery method and language as well as any case studies and videos that would be used in the training.
Workshops designed for real business people - to address real business challenges.
Created by real business experts - delivered by expert practitioners.
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