Code
BCTAGL012
Duration
2 days
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DescriptionWhat we offer

Your business need the ability to deliver highly profitable products faster than the competition. The goal of Lean-Agile software development is to have the ability to add value quickly to your customers now while retaining the ability to add value quickly in the future.

ObjectivesWhat you learn

  • How to use flow-based software development to create and build high quality code in a shorter period than currently
  • How to use Kanban/Scrum depending which best suites the team?s needs
  • How to analyze and manage requirements in a Lean-Agile project
  • Options for estimating, sizing and decomposing work
  • The role of a Lean-Agile team member
  • The role of the Lean-Agile Project Manager (Scrum Master)
  • The role of the Product Owner
  • The limitations of Scrum and how to apply Lean practices
  • Why visibility is critical in all Lean-Agile implementations

TopicsThe best for you

  • Introduction
  • Thinking differently
  • Lean-Agile overview
    • Context
    • Managing discovery
    • Roles, responsibilities, and boundaries
    • Incremental realization of value
  • Key points
    • Drive by value
    • Small increments
    • Visibility
    • The ?whole? team
  • Understanding Lean
    • Key drivers
    • Lean thinking
    • Lean-Agile management
  • Iterative development
  • Doing Scrum
    • Scrum team practices
    • Lean-Agile business practices
    • Scrum team practices
    • Scrum meetings
  • Doing Lean-Agile
    • Vision statements
    • Iterative Agile
    • Kanban
    • Build quality in
  • Lean-Agile business practices
    • Business Prioritization
    • Business planning
    • Business backlog and readiness
  • Lean-Agile team practices
    • Iteration 0
    • Product backlog management
    • Decomposition and writing stories
    • Estimating
    • Iteration meetings
  • Lean-Agile management practices
    • Visibility
    • Flow of delivery of value
  • Transition

PrerequisitesWhat should you know

  • Experience in Agile projects for at least 1 year

AudienceWho should attend

  • Developers
  • Analysts
  • Testers
  • Architects
  • Technical leads
  • Managers