Agile Development with SCRUM NEW
A Development Method for Immediate and Effective Business Value
Agile development is a conceptual framework based on iterative and incremental development. Opposite to traditional development wherein requirements are detailed and only later developed, the agile method SCRUM links the genesis and fine-tuning of requirements to the parallel development of the solution.
SCRUM is based on development sprints of 2 to 4 weeks, working with autonomous teams composed by cross-functional teams. This allows to rapidly see and implement the result of every sprint and to correct any deviation immediately.
Agile methods are extremely appropriate in fast-changing environments and when requirements are difficult to formalize and to set.
This training will introduce the contextual theory with vocabulary, concepts, roles and responsibilities. The focus will then be put on case studies to provide the participants with concrete skills to manage SCRUM Sprints.
To introduce the concepts and philosophy of SCRUM development
To provide the candidates with a set of tools and techniques supporting the SCRUM development activities
To provide understanding on how SCRUM development can be applied to suit specific environments
To illustrate the benefits to be gained from the implementation of the SCRUM development best practices
1. Introduction to Agile Development
2. SCRUM Concepts
3. Roles and Responsibilities (Product Owner, Scrum Master, Team)
4. Ceremonies (Sprint, Daily Scrum meeting)
6. What is working and what is not
7. Practical Implementation
• Theory and concepts illustrated by a trainer with sound expertise and experience in agile development.
• Group discussions with the purpose to match the relevant agile development issues to real life experience.
Theory and concepts illustrated by a trainer with sound expertise and experience in Scrum development.
Group discussions with the purpose to match the relevant Scrum issues to real life experience.
Practical exercises to enhance the reinforcement of the learning objectives.