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AGILE IN ACTION( EMPHASIZING SCRUM)

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COURSE OBJECTIVE

Agile methods are becoming increasingly popular among software companies today. Agile Methods have proven to be one of the better ways to develop various software projects with accelerated software development, increased productivity, reduction of off-shore risks with increased customer collaboration and ability to absorb changes in requirements. There are various Agile Methods in practice today like Lean, Extreme Programming, DSDM, Kanban, Scrum, etc.

This program is suitable for team members at junior and mid management level who are using or going to use Scrum process framework in software delivery.This is not a certification program like Certified ScrumMaster. However we have customised the same program to meet the needs of the Scrum Team with diverse roles like testing, coding, analysing business or systems, requirement gathering, etc. The topics have been prepared in accordance with the topics by Ken Schwebber.

In this two-day course, you will apply the Scrum framework to build a new product. You will learn what it feels like to be on a Scrum team—experiencing many of the challenges you're likely to face—while being coached by someone involved with the application of Scrum.

The program uses presentations, situational analysis and group exercises to introduce the above concepts. The highlight of the program is the 60-minute Sprint in which participants would work in groups as Scrum teams and will execute a project in a three-day simulated Sprint. This exercise brings out many aspects of Scrum and would give the participants a Hands-on feel of how Scrum works.

Certificate of Participation with 14 PDUs will be provided to the participants.

 

About

Participant Mix:

  • Project Leads/ Associate Project Manager
  • Functional managers/Systems Analyst
  • Tech/Team leads
  • Programmers/Developers
  • Testers
  • SQA and Database professionals

Key Benefits:

  • Learn, practice, and apply Scrum to software and technology projects.
  • Write user stories.
  • Perform Scrum Release Planning, and Scrum Sprint Planning.
  • Estimate user stories and tasks using Poker Estimation.
  • Deconstruct user stories into tasks and ideal day estimates
  • Carryout a sprint with Daily Scrum Meetings.
  • End a Sprint with Sprint Reviews and Sprint Retrospectives.
  • Use Scrum with multiple, or distributed, project teams.
  • Develop insight necessary to apply Scrum to real world projects.
  • Use Scrum as a tool for improving collaboration, communication, quality, and team productivity
  • Easily pass any Certified Scrum Master certification class.
  • Use common metrics in Agile
  • How to track Agile projects using burn down charts and burn up chart.
  • Piloting Agile successfully
  • Keys for successful adoption of scrum

 

 

Agenda

Course Outline:

Day 1:

Module-1: Concepts of Agile ( 1.5 hour) Agility — What Does It Mean? SDLC traditional approach Traditional Vs Agile Approach Agile manifesto Agile from Programming Perspective Agile Team Characteristics Benefits of Agile Agile flavours - XP, FDD, DSDM

Module-2: Introduction to Scrum ( 1.5 Hour) What is Scrum? Essence of Scrum What is Sprint? How does it fits in scrum? Overview of Scrum Process(Basics)o How product owner communicates the requirements to the scrum team.o Sprint commitment by teamo Time boxing the sprint.o Sprint executiono Daily Stand up meetingo Sprint Releaseo Demo of sprint to the product ownero Sprint Retrospective Structure of Scrum and scrum framework Discussion using scrum scenarios

Module-3: Scrum Roles( 1 hour) The Product Ownero Why a Product Owner should adopt Agileo Product Owner responsibilitieso Proxy Product Owner. The Scrum Mastero Responsibilities of Scrum Mastero What Scrum Master must not doo Traits of scrum Master

 The Scrum Team and their responsibilities

Module-4: Scrum Artifacts(30 Min) The Product Backlog The Sprint Backlog The impediments listExercise: Agile Requirements v/s Traditional Requirements Exercise( 30 Minutes)

Module-5: Scrum Meetings ( 45Min) Sprint Planning(will be covered in detail after Estimation) Daily Scrum Sprint Review Sprint RetrospectiveExercise: Product Owner Involvement(30 min)

Module-6: Estimation in Scrum ( 2.5 hour) How a Product Owner plans continuously to define the:o Vision/chartero Product roadmapo Product backlogo Business Value Indexo Criteria to prioritize product backlog items.

Day 2:

User Stories: Where Do User Stories Fit in Scrum? What Does a User Story Look Like? Writing user story What makes good user story Epics, Themes in user stories.Exercise: Exercise on converting user stories from requirements Story Points & Ideal Days Example: Assigning Story Points Velocity (How and Why Estimate Velocity?)Exercise: calculation of velocity Exercise Estimating Story Points Story Points Estimation using poker estimationExercise: Applying Planning Poker

Module-7: Planning ( 2 Hour)Release Planning Estimation of Product back Log Size Estimating number of sprints Deciding Release date Creating Release Burn downSprint Planning Identifying Sprints Backlog Tasks from User stories Creating Sprint Backlog Creating and Updating Sprint Burn down

Module-8: Tracking in scrum ( 45 min) Tracking releases, sprints Accumulating Burn down Measure sprint effectiveness

Module-9: Scrum in Distributed Location ( 45 min) Scrum in a Distributed Environmento Distributed Scrum Practiceso Communicationo Meetingso Software Development Practiceso Human dynamics

Module- 10: Other Aspects of Scrum( 1 hour) Scaling the Scrum processo Scrum of Scrumso Scrums in Multiple teams Engineering practiceso Refactoringo Test Driven Developmento Continuous Integrationo Pair Programming Tools for Scrum

Module – 10: Keys for successful adoption of scrum and suitability of scrum. ( 30 min)Mock Test for self assessment on the proficiency in Scrum and Agile project management (30 min)Exercise: Scrum Simulation Game (Sprint Planning, Execution and release) - 1.0 hour

Deliverables:

 Course Handbook Suggested reading list Templates

 

Instructor Bio   UNICOM trainer is Graduate from National Institute of Information Technology & Bcom, Mumbai University Certified Transformational Coach, Certified NeuroScience Based Coach, Certified Scrum Master, Certified Scrum Professional, Certified Product Owner, PMI-Agile Certified Professional and licensed Agile Testing Alliance Trainer14+ years of IT Industry experience with:ThoughtWorks, Ness Technologies, Hexaware Technologies, Satyam, Kanbay India Pvt Ltd. He is a passionate certified professional coach who helps executives & teams discover and unleash their true potential. He believes in a democratic organization & self-organizing teams. Through his NueroScience based coaching & consulting, he has helped projects and organizations turn agile and become truly high performing.He has trained & coached over 500+ individuals across globe on agile in companies like L&T, Williams Lea, Decos, Standard Bank (South Africa), American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) etc.. He along with other global industry stalwarts have founded agile testing alliance to provide training and certification roadmap for succcessful practical manual and automated testing in agile projects. He has cotrained and been recommended by global Certified Scrum Trainers like Karen Greaves, Andreas Wintersteiger, Alan Atlas, Kiran Thakker and Gregory Smith.He has 14 years of IT experience and over 6 years of agile experience. He is known for his fun-filled, hands-on interactive trainings & workshops at prestigious conferences like Scrum Gathering, PMConclave, Agiling Complexity etc.. His blogs have been re-published on ScrumAlliance, AgileAtlas & PMHut. 

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