Agile Implementation Workshop July 10

This course has been developed to incorporate a vast array of Agile software development methods and practices in a single course offering. Course attendees will get a solid understanding of Agile through lecture, interactive discussion, and hands-on exercises.  This course is designed for novice, intermediate or even advanced “agilists”, including: product managers, project managers, ScrumMasters, business analysts, developers, testers, and managers.  Attendees with varying degrees of knowledge and experience will all gain valuable knowledge in hearing and visualizing the same concepts. This course will run July 10 - 26, taught by Technology & Leadership Center Instructor John Krewson.  

Learner Outcomes

By the end of this workshop, participants will;

  • Understand the history of the Agile movement
  • Understand the difference between Agile and methodologies like Scrum or Kanban
  • Understand the fundamentals of Scrum, eXtreme Programming, and Kanban
  • Understand the roles required in an Agile environment
  • Understand what product owners do
  • Understand what ScrumMasters do
  • Understand how Agile teams interact
  • Understand how planning works in an Agile environment
  • Be able to write a user story and refine a backlog
  • Be able to estimate a user story using relative estimation
  • Be able to determine a team’s velocity
  • Be able to plan a team’s release
  • Be able to plan an iteration
  • Be able to monitor and execute an iteration
  • Be able to produce common Agile metrics

Register for the July 10 course now.