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Disciplined Agile Foundations of Agile


Ever wonder what it is like to work on an Agile team? Sure, on the surface Agile looks simple and straightforward. In practice, though, when we start adopting an Agile way of working, reality quickly proves to be much more complex than expected. This module teaches you the foundation for successfully starting an Agile way of working inside your team.  

During this course, we will show you how to:

      • Apply an iterative way of working inside your team
      • Describe the artifacts, roles and ceremonies of an iterative way of working
      • Utilize a work board and information radiator
      • Write user stories and estimate them 
      • Gather requirements in a collaborative way


Audience

This module is not technical and is recommended for all team members new to Agile. Games, simulations and group discussions reinforce the practices learned.


Prerequisites


Benefits

  • Attendees earn the designation of Disciplined Agilist, with free first year membership and full benefits, a $50 US value
  •  See how to claim PMI PDU's



About Disciplined Agile (DA)

Disciplined Agile (DA) is a process-decision toolkit that provides straightforward guidance to help people, teams, and organizations to streamline their processes in a context-sensitive manner.

DA provides a solid foundation for business agility by showing how the various activities such as Solution Delivery (software development), IT Operations, Enterprise Architecture, Portfolio Management, Security, Finance, Procurement and many others work together. DA also describes what these activities should address, provides a range of options for doing so, and describes the trade-offs associated with each option.

Four views:

    1. Mindset. Builds on the foundations of agile and lean to address enterprise realities.
    2. People. Roles, responsibilities, and team structures.
    3. Flow. This captures the dynamic aspects of processes via lifecycle diagrams and workflow diagrams.
    4. Practices. Small strategies/techniques. Goal diagrams are a high-level pick list of practices.

Agenda

1. The big agile picture

2. Planning the first iteration

3. Running the first iteration

a) Information radiator

b) Agile team roles

c) Agile ceremonies

4. Demonstration and retrospective of the first iteration

5. Planning the second iteration

6. Running the second iteration

a) User stories and estimation

b) Test-first approach

c) Dealing with change

7. Demonstration of second iteration

8. Retrospective of the module

    Workshop Logistics

    Topics:
          • Primary: Agile
          • Secondary: agile, fundamentals, interactions, retrospectives
    Level: Introductory
    Length: One day – 7 hours of classroom time plus breaks
    Public or Private On-site

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