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Agility For Business Conference

METHODOLOGY

This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussions, and practical exercise.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Learn the ability of your organization to adapt quickly to market changes – internally and externally. Respond rapidly and flexibly to customer demands. Adapt and lead change in a productive and cost-effective way without compromising quality. .

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Modules

Module 1: Role of a Scrum Master vs Project Manager:

The Project Manager role has been a critical role in the success of a project while executing using the waterfall approach. More and more organizations adopting agile project management based on Scrum and Scrum doesn’t have a project manager role. However, Scrum has a role called Scrum Master and many believe Scrum Master is similar to the project manager. Is it really true or both have no relation? Can we have both on the same project or job of project manager become irrelevant in Agile Scrum?

Module 2: Impact Mapping to Develop a customer-centric product:

Impact mapping combines mind mapping and strategic planning to help a team explore what behaviors they should try to build in the project in order to reach a particular objective. Teams use impact maps to discuss assumptions, align with organizational objectives and goals, and develop greater focus in their projects by delivering only the things that lead directly to achieving organizational objectives. This also reduces extraneous activities.Impact mapping helps in developing a customer-centric product backlog.


Module 3: Product Management using Scrum.

It seems everyone and every organization is adopting agile scrum frameworks to develop and manage products and projects. But how to develop a product using Scrum? What is the essentials step to start building a product? I am exploring how to prepare product backlog, write user stories and acceptance criteria during this session. I will also discuss the concept is MVP and MMP and how to decide MVP.

Module 4: Scrum – Basics

Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams, and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex problems. Let’s discuss Scrum theory and values in detail. I will also be exploring the basics elements needed to start sprinting. Scrum combines four formal events for inspection and adaptation within a containing event, the Sprint to reduce the risk of building the wrong product or building the wrong way. How to use these events to maximize the value of a product is the key takeaway for this session.

Module 5: Agility in Human Resources

Up until recently, Agile dominated the software industry. Over the years, however, Agile has become the new gold standard in both IT and non-IT industries. The cross-sectoral reach of Agile has one goal- creating more value for the customers. In the ever dynamic and competitive market, organizations are keener on delivering better products and services compared to their contenders. The most recent uptick in Agile has been its widespread application in the Human Resource sector. An increasing number of HR professionals are exploring all means to improve organizational adaptability and manage volatility with Agile. The trend has been more common in the Fortune 2000 companies, where scaling Agile efforts is a clear mandate. The HR and recruitment professionals in such organizations are considering Agile to streamline their talent-management processes.

Module 6: Writing Meaningful User Story

Let’s explore what is 3 C of a user story and how it helps? What we need to INVEST every story to keep it ready before sprint planning and who does that? In this session, I am going to explore the A to Z of the user story to help learners do their job better those results in a meaningful product. A user story is not a part of Scrum but almost every team uses this term so what is make it so special. Come and join with all your questions and I will try answering all of them during this session.

Module 7: Effective Scrum Master

Do you want to be an effective Scrum Master? I am sharing some do’s and don’ts which you must keep in mind while playing the role of the Scrum Master. Let’s dive into it quickly. The scrum master is the one who upholds the scrum understanding in the team and practices agility. They ensure the Scrum team is effectively developing products by the following empiricism. Coaching, teaching, mentoring, and facilitation are useful tools for the Scrum Master.

Module 8: Managing IT Operation with Kanban

Kanban is a workflow management framework that visualizes your work, improves it, and maximizes efficiency. In the Kanban framework, the work items are visually represented on a Kanban board. With Kanban boards, your team members can see the state of flow of work at any time. While Kanban methodology can allow small evolutionary and incremental changes to the current work process, it lets you improve the product or service delivery gradually. You can get faster feedback to make any changes to the product or service.

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Naveen Kumar Singh

Naveen Kumar Singh

Naveen is an Agile Coach and Professional Scrum Trainer (PST). He is having 20 years of experience in software development and have worked with many organizations on different roles starting from software engineer. Naveen has hands-on experience on multiple technology stack including .Net/C#, Java, Ruby, Python and JavaScript etc. Naveen is Certified LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum) Practitioner and have helped organizations in large scale agile adoption. He is one of the early adopter of DevOps practices and teaches DevOps culture, practices and tools to development team and operation team. He has working knowledge in Healthcare, Insurance, Travel and retail business domains and have worked on multiple digital transformation projects.

Naveen focus more on agile engineering practices and support development team in learning and adopting engineering practices such as Test Driven Development (TDD), Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD), Behavior Driven Development (BDD), Pair Programming, DevOps, Emergent Design, and Specification by Examples, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery and Agile Testing etc.

Naveen is active in agile community and participate is major events as speaker and volunteer. He has presented papers in Global Scrum Gatherings as well as in many other Scrum Alliance conferences and meet-up. He writes blog on agile, scrum, Kanban and technical practices.

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Sumeet Madan

Sumeet Madan

Professional Scrum trainer (PST) from Scrum.org and SAFe Program Consultant (SPC 4.5) with over 15 years of rich experience in building people, my mission drives me to build people and help them learn who they are and how they want to show up in the World. A passionate Agile Transformation and Engineering consultant, work with higher management to build transformation strategy in defining and implementing Agile processes at various levels of organization. Strength in teaching, mentoring, coaching and facilitation.DELIVER BUSINESS VALUE BY:• Leading Large Organizational Transformations• Coaching and Enabling Organizations to Adapt Agile Approaches• Leveraging Agile Best Practices to Deliver Critical Projects• Driving Teams in Improving and Standardizing Processes• Developing and Delivering Agile Training• Selecting and Implementing Tools across Systems Development Lifecycles• Communicating and Sharing Value-Proposition of Agile, Kanban, and Lean Methods and Processes• Building Strategic Relationships across all Levels within an Organization to Positively Influence ChangeAs an Agile consultant, work with multiple scrum teams and enable them to be self-organize and high performing teams by identifying team challenges and dysfunctions and helping team overcome them. Help aligning development team(s) to their product vision to deliver outstanding product or Software. Being and Engineering Manager, work with teams and bring them realization on their contribution in producing high quality deliverable by adhering to XP practices. Experience in implementing Spotify scaling model with product teams. Help organization building squads and chapters and scaling via tribes. Running various guild programs to build people within the tribes on coaching, testing and technology stacks. Implemented Agile Maturity Assessment inline with Spotify model that help focus improvement efforts and what organizational support needed. Coordinate with scalable teams and help POs to align their dependencies with in the team and order their backlog to deliver high business values. Work with verity of developers to help and motivate then to plan and grow in their career path. Work with various levels of management to understand Agile adoption challenges and help them understand Agile values and principles.Trained more than 500 candidates in Scrum, KANBAN, Spotify and SAFe Read More

Preeth Pandalay

Preeth Pandalay

Preeth has total Experience – 19+ Years, Agile & Scrum Experience – 10+ Years, Teaching & Coaching Agile Product Development and Scrum Since 2010 and also Training experience of more than 10000 hours Read More

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