The Agile Principles and Mindset
What is Agile?
When should I use Agile?
How should I use Agile?
Who does what in Agile?
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
gain a deeper understanding of an agile mindset and learn the practices needed to bring agility into their daily business
The Agile Manifesto
Rationale & benefits of Agile
History of Agile
Empirical and defined processes
The pillars of the empirical process
The waterfall approach
Working with uncertainty and volatility
Empirical models for improvement and change
Business culture and Agile
The lifecycle of product development
Individuals and their interactions over processes and tools
Motivated and talented individuals
Emergent design from self-organising teams
Working systems over comprehensive documentation
Satisfy the customer with continuous delivery of value
Deliver working systems frequently
Working systems as a measure of progress
Technical excellence and good design
Customer collaboration over contract negotiations
Business people and developers must work together
Reflect and adjust regularly
Responding to change over following a plan
Simplicity – The art of maximising the amount of work not done
Common Agile roles
The role of the customer
The role of the team
The role of the Agile leader
The role of stakeholders
Common Agile techniques
Acceptance criteria and scenarios
Estimation using story points
Agile quality assurance and testing
Common Agile practices
Short feedback loops
Focus on quality
Relevant methods and approaches for Agile teams
Anyone wishing to learn about Agile
At the end of the training, the participants will receive a certificate of participation delivered by the House of Training.
The course material will be delivered at the end of the course.
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