Description

This two-day training will give you the opportunity to discover the new approach introduced by Agile methodologies, its new paradigms and understand their limitations, for teams.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

You will discover:

  • Scrum, roles and interactions

  • The techniques and new working habits

  • The benefits and challenges of this new methodology.

Indicative program

  • Introduction
  • Scrum - An Agile Approach
  • Scrum Science
    • Scrum
    • Scrum Theory : An Empiric Approach
    • Roles
  • Scrum in Practice
    • Product, Release and Sprint
    • Define Backlog de Produit
    • Workshop: Scrum Game
    • Sprint: Estimating and Planning
    • Backlog and User Stories
    • Workshop: Creating UserStories with Stakeholders
  • Sprint Review
  • Team Management and Scalability
  • Product Management
  • Team Self-organization
  • Workshop: Sprint Simulation
  • Definition of Done
  • Beyond Scrum
    • Agile Software Development Practices
    • Scrum Adoption
    • Tools and their added values
  • Conclusion

NOTE

In addition to this course, you can become a Certified Scrum Developer® from the  Scrum Alliance, by following a 3 day course and learn innovative practices on Agile engineering. Contact us, email or call +1 (872) 240 2772

Individual Coaching

To more effectively put the training in action, we offer coaching assistance by our Trainers / Coaches to implement what has been taught in your specific environment.
 

Customized Training

To best meet your training needs, we design training solutions tailored to your unique context.
 

Coach

Beyond formal training sessions, our coaches are available to support a collective action, a team intervention or any other group facilitation.

Coach-Trainer

Nicolas Delahaye

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Dates & Booking

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2 days

Uniquement en Intra-entreprise
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Class Information

Reference: SCR
Languages: English and/or French
Pedagogy:
Theory: 30% - Practice: 70%
Requisite: None
Attendee: All public
Session: Maximum of 18 attendees