IC Agile, US (ICP)
Live Virtual Class
Key points about this course
Duration: 2 Days
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Public Class: RM 2,500.00
Live Virtual Class: RM 2,000.00
How to be Agile? This course will introduce the most important aspects of Agile. Over two days, the learners will experience all the key values and principles of the Agile Mindset, in a quest to master the many issues that impact on the adoption of Agile and its execution.
From the outset, many scientific studies have been found to support the Agile paradigm, even as far as Agile software development. With several exercises and hands on tutoring, the learners will participate, share, and learn concepts, such as: collaboration, team building, transparency, communicators, feedback circles, self-organization and a whole lot more.
Created to provide theoretical and practical learning, this course enables participants to understand the many forms that Agile can take in different contexts, thinking in a sustainable and evolutionary way.
In order to succeed with agile approaches, teams and organizations should focus first on “being agile” as a foundation for success in “doing agile.
The learning outcomes for this program is focused on delve into key concepts such as adaptive planning, value-driven development, team collaboration and frequent feedback for continuous improvement.
Also cover the history of the agile movement, the Agile Manifesto, the Agile Principles, and some widely applied frameworks and practices.
Method of Instruction
The Training involves a 100% hands-on workshop with interactive dialogues, case studies, debates, demos, and instructional games.
with Knowledge: 60%, Skill-Building: 40% transfer.
This Course contains multiple simulations, exercises, demos and role-plays
- Origins of Agile
- Agile Manifesto
- Agile Beyond Software Development
1.2 Culture & Mindset
- Understanding the Agile Mindset
- Establishing the Agile Mindset
- Agile in Context (As a Journey)
2.1 Creating Shared Understanding
- Developing Soft Skills
- Understanding Communication Barriers
- Sharing Knowledge
- Physical Work Environments
- Collaboration Techniques
- Techniques for Shared Understanding
2.2 Shifts In Roles
- Shifts in Roles (Self Organizing culture)
3.1 Incremental Development
- Incremental Development
- Value-Based Work
- Retaining Quality
3.2 Work-In-Progress (Wip)
- Work-in-Progress (WIP)
- Continuous Integration
- Cost & Benefit of Frequent Delivery
4.1 Including Customers And Users
- Defining the Customer
- User Involvement
- User Feedback
4.2 Product Adaptation
- Product Adaptation
5.2 Process & Project Adaptation
- Process Adaptation
- Project Adaptation