As a team leader you strive to be more agile and help your team be more productive. To succeed, you need an agile mindset, combined with leadership and team management skills. At the same time need to do so within the context of your organization and its culture. The new Disciplined Agile Lean Scrum Master (DALSM) training and certification provides tools and strategies to help you lead an agile team, influence people, and remove impediments. Using real-world agile strategies, you will learn how to tailor your team’s Way of Working (WoW) to optimize productivity and continuously improve.
Upon completion of this workshop, you will be prepared to become DALSM certified.
Disciplined Agile Lean Scrum Master (DALSM) is for practitioners who are focused on learning and applying the Disciplined Agile approach in leading teams. It is made up of the following modules:
Upon completion you will be able to:
This workshop is available in different formats, depending on your agile background.
Who should attend
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Who should attend
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1. Getting ready:
a. Getting to know each otherb. Getting ready for the first iterationc. Overview of an iterative way of working
2. The Dot game
a. Ceremonies, artifacts, and rolesb. Moving into the new rolesc. Work board and information radiatord. User stories and estimation
5. Demonstration and retrospective of the first iteration
1. Pragmatic Agile
a. Looking beyond your agile team: organizations, regulations, customers, and other demandsb. Strategies for financial tracking and reporting that support business agilityc. Career management and reward strategiesd. Addressing risk on agile teamse. What are guardrails and how do you leverage them for your team?f. Measure what matters
2. Choosing Your Way of Working (WoW)
a. What is the context faced by your team?b. Choosing the best-fit lifecyclec. Understanding, selecting, and applying process goals in your team’s contextd. Laying out your team’s initial way of working (WoW)e. Disciplined retrospectives and Guided Continuous Improvement (GCI)