Agile Development Workshop

​Scrum is the most popular of the Agile software development methodologies.

It is a simple yet incredibly powerful set of principles and practices that help teams deliver products in short cycles, enabling fast feedback, continual improvement, and rapid adaptation to change.


Through this course, participants will gain practical experience working with Scrum tools such as the Product Backlog, the Sprint Backlog, Kanban boards and Burndown graphs.

Participants will also work through the full Scrum cycle and learn about Scrum activities including the Sprint Planning meeting, the Daily Scrum meetings, the Product Demo meeting and finally the Sprint Retrospective.

 

Core Concepts

Introduction to
Agile
• Why Do Software Projects Fail?
• SW Development Approaches
• SDLC Characteristics
• History of Agile Development
• Agile Principles
• Agile Manifesto
• Agile Framework
• SCRUM Artifacts
• The Scrum Team
In-Depth SCRUM Simulation• About Product Vision
• First Sprint
• Retrospective
• About Sprint Backlog
• Product Backlog Items and Tasks
• Sprint Two
• Retrospective
• Estimation
• Calculating ROI and Prioritization
• Velocity & Release Planning
• Burn-down Charts
• Sprint Three
• Retrospective
Scrum Framework • The Scrum Process
• Rules of Scrum
• Improving Quality
• Scrum Is/Is Not
• Scrum Team vs. Not Scrum Team
• Definition of “Done”
The ScrumMaster Role• Qualities of a ScrumMaster
• Removing Obstacles
• Mapping the ScrumMaster Role to Traditional Roles
The Product Owner Role• Establish High Level Vision and Goals
• Requirements and User Stories
• Creating and Evolving the Product Backlog
• Prioritizing the Deliverables
• Inspecting Features and Functionality
Working in TimeBoxes• Sprint Planning
• Sprint Execution
• Sprint Reviews
• Sprint Retrospectives
Agile Control
Tools
• Monitoring and Control
• Product Backlog
• Agile Scope Planning & Product Roadmaps
• Release Planning
• Agile Milestones
• Sprint Backlog
• Agile Work Planning
• Definition of Done
• Kanban Boards
• Burn Down Charts
• User Stories
• Agile Estimating

Real Business Results

By completing this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Enable a team to follow the Scrum process to deliver great products and continuously improve their quality.
  • Describe Scrum to others including roles, meetings, artifacts & principles.
  • Identify the environments in which the application of Scrum would lead to excellent results.
  • Describe how the Scrum Framework is based on empirical processes

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