Agile practices are a standard way of working within the software industry, however any workplace now understands that in order to meet business and customer needs they must enable the ability to respond to change quickly and easily. The principles and values of Agile can help guide any industry sector in how to work together to achieve the best outcomes.
This course will teach participants not only about the ideas behind new ways of working but also about the practicalities of working in this way and the benefits it will bring to their teams and workplace.
Delivered by Agile practitioners who currently coach working teams, you'll get the benefit from their years of experience working with teams and senior executives across different industry sectors.
This course is a mix of traditional learning, discussion with participants and hands on activities. Expect to complete the course with a good understanding of the behaviours and practices required to drive team success.
Although the origins of Agile are in software development, the principles, values and practices may be adopted by any team who has an interest in working collaboratively and more effectively.
Following the completion of this course you will be prepared to work within an existing Agile environment or continue your learning path. You'll gain an understanding of:
Learn the knowledge and skills to transition from traditional project experience into roles leading and supporting Agile and Lean delivery teams.More Information
Learn to write effective user stories that help Agile teams deliver business and customer value.More Information
Learn how to estimate user stories and reliably deliver to customer and stakeholder time expectations.More Information
Learn the basics of an Agile approach with an experienced practitioner. This one-day course is for anyone who wants to understand the core values and principles of Agile and how to put them into action in their work.More Information
Harness the power of a high performing team by enabling them to work with and contribute to the writing of requirements that describe customer outcomes.More Information