From desire to implementation: discover how to bootstrap your agile team by getting answers to the questions “what to know”, “where to start” and “how to avoid some of the most common pitfalls”. Also learn how to efficiently set up several agile teams, by sharing common practices, while reducing dependencies.
Join Cedric Pontet and Guy Fabien from Agile Partner for these 4 half-day modules Agile Boot Camp!
This workshop is for anyone interested in bootstrapping one or more agile teams, whether they are directly involved in a team (e.g. Software developer, Product manager, Facilitator) or secondarily impacted by this change (e.g. UX designer, Ops engineer, Team manager, Competence center manager, Talent manager).
- What are the challenges that a team must tackle to perform durably?
- How to increase a project’s chances of success?
- How do agility and its specific mindset address these aspects?
- What are the basics of Scrum and what does Scrum change in terms of team organization?
- What are the three roles of Scrum and the responsibilities associated with each of them?
- What are the key success factors when applying Scrum?
- What is Lean and Kanban?
- How are Scrum and Kanban similar? How do they differ?
- How to manage a product in an agile way through a well-refined backlog?
- What are the possible steps to properly set up an agile team?
- How to organize value delivery with several agile teams working in parallel?
- How to address your current biggest challenges? (Q&A session, Lean Coffee style).
After the workshop you will understand:
- The challenges that projects and teams usually face
- How agility addresses these challenges
- The core values and principles of agility
- The Scrum framework and its related roles and responsibilities
- The Lean and Kanban principles and their differences with Scrum
- The basics of Product Management by using a backlog
- How to bootstrap an agile team and work with several autonomous teams.
Online Workshop – How does it work
Learning works better in an immersive and engaging setting, and we’ve been working hard to recreate that feeling, even in an online delivery format.
The training will be delivered over 4 half-day modules (4 x 4 hours). We will go through the different sections where we will alternate theory, discussions, and concrete practice through fun activities, co-creation, and videos. We will also keep a lot of space to answer as many of your questions as we can.
You will be interacting and working together in real-time thanks to a variety of tools that you will have at your disposal, namely a virtual classroom, a collaborative virtual board, and a video-conference platform with breakout rooms.
A good learning experience doesn’t match with passive fruition. Just like the in-person version of the workshop, expect to be challenged with real-world problems, and to be ready to listen to your brain signals while doing it.
Part of the content will be available as slides, part will be created collectively as we dig into the various exercises. Every bit of content created will be made available to the students after the workshop is over, as PDFs in the virtual classroom.
The workshop will keep its highly interactive and hands-on spirit despite being online. This is why we require that all participants keep their webcam on for the whole duration of the workshop: this will enhance the quality of the communication and of the workshop as a whole.