Agile Certification Program

CCRS Code: AG04010128

 

Agile leaders and organizations in their journey of transformation this transformation is a critical team members who assumed responsibility as prepared for conversion in this tutorial, uncertainty is high and where it is required to adapt quickly to unpredictable situations in a business environment, a culture of agility, agile leadership, business agility concepts such as how to interpret and how to be implemented will be discussed. The relationship between the basic philosophy and values behind different agile approaches such as Scrum, Kanban and the agility culture will be theoretically and practically conveyed to the participants.

 

At the end of this program, participants approaches for agile product/project planning, early and continuous innovation and the production of value that is required for the components of such a culture to bring about a culture of agile approach that can be applied theoretically and practically will learn the basic principles and rules.

Who should participate?

Managers who lead agile transformation, team members who develop products with agile approaches, employees who aim to obtain Scrum certifications.

Acquisitions

At the end of this program, participants approaches for agile product/project planning, early and continuous innovation and the production of value that is required for the components of such a culture to bring about a culture of agile approach that can be applied theoretically and practically will learn the basic principles and rules.

Content

Leadership and team management in different environments

Uncertainty, the relationship between planning and innovation

The Cynefin Model

The Stacey Matrix

Conceptual overview of an agile transformation

Empirical Process Control (Observation, Adaptation, Transparency)

The cultural dimensions necessary for agility

The roots of agility (Toyota Production System)

 

The Kanban approach and its basic principles

 

Basic concepts of "Lean“ and "Lean Thinking”

Value, Value Flow, Flow, Pull, Perfection

Self-organized, cross-functional teams

 

Stages of team building

High performance tools

Team motivation

Agile Leadership

The emergence of agile approaches

The Agile Manifesto and Agile principles

Basic Agile Concepts

Scrum Framework, Theory, Principles, Values

Roles in scrum (product owner, scrum master, developers)

Scrum Artifacts (product backlog, sprint backlog, increment)

 

Scrum Events (Sprint Planning, Sprint Evaluation, Sprint Retrospective, Daily Scrum Meetings)

 

Creating a user story and backlog

Size Determination (Poker Planning)

Value-based prioritization

The definition of done

Backlog detailing

Product development in Sprint

Speed (Velocity) and Foresight at the Scrum

Retrospective techniques

The version can be done in product increment

Application: Agile product planning

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Identification of target customers and unmet needs

Defining a value proposition and product vision

Internalization of product vision

 

Identification of personas

 

A map of empathy

Relations with stakeholders

User story mapping

Product Roadmap (Product Roadmap)

Product feature list (Product Backlog)

Value-Based Prioritization

4 Days (28 Hours) / 09:30-17:30

Digital participation certificates belonging to Istanbul Corporate Development will be given to those who have full participation in this training with PMI ® accreditation.

24 Hours(4 Days)

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