Agile Essentials with Scrum and Kanban (ICP) Berlin, Germany December 2-3, 2019
own practical experience, best practices
Agile is not just a set of tools; it's a way of thinking. This course introduces you to the basic concepts of Agile, its philosophy, and principles. We will tell you why it is important not just to "do Agile", but to "be Agile". We consolidate the theory by the example of the most popular Agile methods: Scrum and Kanban. This training is designed for all audiences. The participants earn ICP certificates.
Training helps to:
Become acquainted with the Agile approach not as a set of practices, but as a way of thinking
Get an idea of the approach through real examples of Agile implementation
Systematize knowledge on the basic principles of Agile software development
Learn to apply the most popular methods of Agile software development: Kanban and Scrum
Learn to create an environment for successful team interaction
Implement various practices in your projects
Understand potential development paths in different areas of Agile
Gain knowledge and skills which allow you to consciously manage the process and adapt it to a specific project
Early Bird € 750.00
Regular € 850.00
Training is useful for:
Leaders and Managers
Heads of projects, departments, team leaders; Scrum masters and Agile coaches.
Engineers, QAs, analysts, designers and other participants in the software development process.
In the program:
History of Agile
Culture & Mindset
Creating Shared Understanding
Iterative and Incremental Development
Definition of Done
The Kanban Method
Work in Progress
Customer and User Involvement
Agile Estimation Techniques
Agile Planning and Status Tracking
Trainer Scrum Master/Agile Coach @ Eppendorf AG Juelich, Germany
Nastassia has more than 11 years of experience in software development on various positions. Her main responsibility is coaching teams, Product Owners and Scrum Masters in adoption and implementation of Agile practices. Nastassia is ICAgile Certified Professional in Program and Portfolio Management, Agile Project Management and Agile Team Facilitation. She is also certified as Professional Scrum Master (Scrum.org) and SAFe 4.0 Agilist.
Bar Schwartz is a management consultant, agile and leadership coach from Berlin, Germany. She brings over a decade of expertise in the software industry with a strong focus on Agile Leadership, Product Ownership and Agile Transitions. Bar led tech, product, people, and transformations in diverse organizational structures, such as startups, corporates, and consultancies. She is a McKinsey Alumni, a certified ICF professional coach and a Marshall Goldsmith Leadership Development coach, focusing on both implementing agile practices in a simple, practical and relevant way and shifting cultures, behaviors and mindset to accommodate organizational change. Today, she heads the Engineering Excellence team at Signavio, a team of mentors, dedicated to supporting the engineering leadership to simplify ways of working, build capabilities and enable further company growth.
What you get as a participant
16 hours of training
The program consists of 2 days of intensive training.
Lunches and coffee breaks
Lunches and coffee breaks are included in the cost of the training. A vegetarian menu is also available.
Participants who actively work throughout the training receive an ICAgile Certified Professional international certificate and a personal profile on ICAgile.com.
After training support
At the end of the training, each participant is invited to a closed group on Facebook, where they can ask the trainers any questions, as well as learn about exclusive offers.
thank you very much i learned lot's of techniques. please share the defferent agile health methodologies.
wide range of topics. open, friendly environment.
the lego play, the management 3.0 matnals, the six hats was very interesting.
very interactive, with learning materials.
good atmosphere - open environment. very interactive. no powerpoint. mix jar different group works.
working together with other people with facilitation of trainers for getting some practice skills, warm-ups.
wide range of topics corned. good Q&A. nice workshop training.
In fact, after a couple of weeks, I can more accurately say what [the Program and Portfolio Management course] gave me as a PM. I kind of got 3D vision of the client's business and product. Even if so far one is not talking about expanding Agile in depth and breadth in client companies, it's much clearer for me what they need, how it's built and prioritized. As a bonus, it became easier to negotiate and promote my decisions.
I'm happy that such a high level of certification is available in Minsk. A well-balanced program and excellent, productive and fun interaction with class members. The most value have 2 pages with notes of ideas and materials for studying outside the class. Many thanks to the trainers!