Register for Our Agile Training Course:
Applying Agile Principles & Practices

This course explains the Agile approach’s values, key techniques, and how each Agile team member contributes to success. In this course you will learn what makes Agile iterative, the fundamentals of the Agile approach, Scrum basics, backlogs and user stories, and Agile project and release planning. You will also learn how to plan, run, test, and close a sprint, which is the basic time box for an Agile project.

This course will be conducted remotely via GoToMeeting from our offices in Cincinnati, OH.
This is a live course, and attendees can ask questions and interact with our Agile Coach.

Cost Per Student: Regularly $990 – Now through 12/31/18 $594 with Discount Code: YEAR-END-AGILE
Course Duration: Half Day
Offered Every Monday Jan through Feb 2019

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Our Agile Coach

Grant Gibson, our Agile Coach, is a practicing Agilist with over 10 years of experience coaching, leading teams, managers and executives.  His past experience includes starting, scaling and exiting a SAAS product company, serving as a Product Manager, Scrum Master and Visionary.  He has worked with small, mid-market and Fortune 500 sized companies across the United States.

Audience

This course is intended for all who will actively participate in an Agile project, including Scrum team members, Scrum Masters, Product/Business Owners, and Subject Matter Experts. People on the edges of the project (secondary customers, management staff, and participants in related processes) will also benefit.

Objectives

  • Understand key Agile and Scrum concepts, terms, and practices
  • Be able to explain Agile and Scrum benefits and key techniques
  • Become familiar with the progression of key Scrum activities and artifacts
  • Prepare to participate in an upcoming Agile project

What is Agile?

Agile is an approach to software development and business practices that has rapidly become mainstream. Incorporating the Agile philosophy into IT organizations has been shown to more rapidly deliver working software, increase quality, and decrease time-to-market. Using a mixture of techniques that together form modern Agile practices such as Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), user stories, test-driven development, etc, teams can significantly improve their productivity and morale.

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