The training is called 'Scrum Initiation'.
You could as well call this an 'introduction' or a 'kick-off', we just like it to be an 'initiation'
as it calls for further actions to be performed by the trainees on their own after the course.
Learning Scrum or any other Agile practices cannot be taught as a University subject or a science. It is rather a never-ending self-educational practical curve that an IT professional should do over his/her career.
The course gives advices on where to start and where to aim. It provides reusable patterns that will make it easier to start from. Explains the need of being agile versus being ineffective. It gives useful hints on how one can be doing Agile in distributed environment.
The agenda of the training will be varying upon the audience and their expertise in Agile. Though in general it should cover the following topics:
1 Agile philosophy
2 Scrum as one of the Agile approaches
3 Concepts and principles of Scrum
4 Structure of Scrum: meetings, artifacts
5 What Scrum gives to the teams. XP and Scrum
6 What Scrum gives to the customers
7 Starting a project with Scrum: reviewing different cases (optional part)
8 Scrum and User Stories (optional part)
9 Scrum in outsourcing: experience of Ciklum, drawbacks, possible solutions (optional part)
10 Questions and Answers
What will you be able to do after the course?
- You will be able to help your team or assist the others in starting a project using Scrum framework or moving an existing project on to the Scrum rails.
- After the course you will be able to explain to your colleagues and customers the benefits of being agile, the agile principles and values.
- You will be able to see easily if a given team is doing Agile or not and will know how to help them.
- You will be able to know more sources on Agile information.
- You will have a chance in becoming an active member of the Agile Ukraine group.
Interested? Email us now.