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Oct
3
Tue
Kanban Fundamental
Oct 3 all-day

Overview:

The objective of this course is to provide you with an overview of the principles and practices of Kanban and how they can be practically applied to your teams and organisations. This course is targeted at anyone looking at finding out how Kanban can be applied to their team and or organisation.

What you will learn:

  • Principles and practices of Kanban, and how then can be applied
  • The importance of limiting work in progress (WIP) and how to set proper WIP Limits
  • Tools and techniques on how to effectively visualise work
  • Understand the classes of service and how to manage risk
  • Demonstration how Kanban improves quality and predictability of deliverables
  • Provide an overview of how to set up an initial Kanban board

Who should attend?

The course is recommended for all team members responsible for delivering project products with a specific focus on Software products. That includes, but is not limited to, the following roles:

  • Business Analysts, Technical Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Programmers / Software Developers
  • Development Managers
  • Product Managers / Product Owners
  • Product Analysts

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Nov
7
Tue
Agile Boot Camp Training using Scrum Framework Training
Nov 7 – Nov 8 all-day
Agile Boot Camp Training using Scrum Framework Training

The boot camp is geared towards enabling the project team and team members to adopt an Agile approach to their projects with a specific focus on the Scrum Framework. The boot camp is aimed at delegates that have not been exposed to Agile / Scrum or users of Agile / Scrum where a refresher is required of the underlying values and principles. A certificate of attendance will be awarded.


What you will learn:

  • An overview of the Agile approach to projects including values, principles and demystifying the myths
  • A detailed understanding of the Scrum Framework focusing on roles, ceremonies and artefacts
  • A practical walkthrough of the Scrum Framework by using practical exercises to reinforce the theory learnt
  • An understanding of how to estimate and plan in an Agile environment

Who should attend?

  • Business Analysts
  • Technical Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Programmers / Software Developers
  • Development Managers
  • Product Managers / Product Owners
  • Product Analysts
  • Testers / Test Analysts
  • Solution designers / architects

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Nov
15
Wed
Kanban Fundamental
Nov 15 all-day

Overview:

The objective of this course is to provide you with an overview of the principles and practices of Kanban and how they can be practically applied to your teams and organisations. This course is targeted at anyone looking at finding out how Kanban can be applied to their team and or organisation.

What you will learn:

  • Principles and practices of Kanban, and how then can be applied
  • The importance of limiting work in progress (WIP) and how to set proper WIP Limits
  • Tools and techniques on how to effectively visualise work
  • Understand the classes of service and how to manage risk
  • Demonstration how Kanban improves quality and predictability of deliverables
  • Provide an overview of how to set up an initial Kanban board

Who should attend?

The course is recommended for all team members responsible for delivering project products with a specific focus on Software products. That includes, but is not limited to, the following roles:

  • Business Analysts, Technical Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Programmers / Software Developers
  • Development Managers
  • Product Managers / Product Owners
  • Product Analysts

 Kanban Fundamental Training Information Request

Dec
5
Tue
Agile Product Ownership and Agile Business Analysis Training
Dec 5 – Dec 6 all-day

Overview

Organisations that transition to an Agile way of working (usually using the Scrum Framework) struggle to understand the specific roles within the Scrum team. This course is targeted to Product Owners, as well as Development team members performing business analysis activities.  The course provides the necessary theory and practical application of the role of the Product Owner and how to perform Agile business analysis.

What you will learn:

  • How to use the tools and techniques necessary for Agile requirement management.
  • The role and responsibility of the Product Owner within an Agile environment.
  • How Agile business analysis supports the role of the Product Owner.

Day 1 and 2: Focus on Agile Product Ownership

  • Agile and Scrum overview and re-cap
  • Understanding the role of the Product Owner
  • Managing Stakeholders
  • Product Vision
  • Business Model Canvas
  • Lean Start-up
  • Minimal Viable Product (MVP)
  • Personas and User Roles
  • User Story Mapping
  • Product Development Roadmap
  • Product Backlog Management
  • Prioritisation
  • Release Planning
  • Scaling the role of the Product Owner

Day 3: Focus on Agile Business Analysis techniques

  • Understanding the role of the Business Analyst
  • An introduction to the IIBA Agile Extension to the BABOK®
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • User Stories
  • Non Functional Requirements
  • Behaviour Driven Development
  • Principles of Lightweight Documentation
  • Kano Prioritisation
  • Innovation Games

Who should attend?

  • Business Analysts, System Analysts, Technical Analysts, UX Analysts
  • Business Process Engineers
  • Business Owners, Process Owners, Product Owners
  • Business Architects
  • Business Domain Experts (SME)

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