Agile Learning Roadmap
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Why take Scrum and Agile Training with Web Age?
Master iterative development and get Agile!
Whether you’re interested in preparing for a Scrum certification, or simply want an introduction to the framework, Web Age has an Agile Training course for you. Whether you’re an agile practitioner, programmer or project manager, we can help you achieve the necessary skills for agile and scrum certifications
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We have been delivering Agile Training courses to numerous Fortune 500 companies since 2010!
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SAFe DevOps with SDP Certification
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Agile for Project and Program Managers
Remote Team Building that reinforces Agile
We are all getting creative on ways of building teams in a remote work place. In this Agile Training video we’ll be covering three topics:
- 5 tips to keep your team engaged on a daily basis
- Review of two of our new 1/2 day remote team building workshops
- Open discussion on sharing your personal favorite tips and tricks for engaging with remote teams
Related Training: Building and Leading High-Performing Remote Teams
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Agile and Scrum
Agile software development refers to a group of software development methodologies that are based on iterative development. Requirements and solutions are created using collaboration between self-organizing cross-functional teams.
Scrum is an agile way to manage a project, usually software development. Scrum is a subset of Agile. Agile software development with Scrum is often thought of as a methodology, but instead of viewing Scrum as methodology, you can think of it as a framework for managing a process.
How Agile Scrum works?
In the Scrum methodology a sprint is the basic unit of development. The whole project is made up of a series of Sprints. Each sprint starts with a planning meeting, where the tasks for the sprint are identified and an estimated commitment for the sprint goal is made. A Sprint ends with a review meeting where the progress is reviewed and lessons for the next sprint are determined. At the end of each Sprint, a functional/working piece of software is produced that the users can actually test.
Who Needs Agile Training?
Since Agile is not a specific methodology, training in it is extremely important. Having all project team members (both technical and business) attend training is important and can eliminate some problems. The entire team should hear the same message, concepts, and application strategies creating a common language and perspective. This shared understanding strongly increases the probability of the team adapting together using a common language and practices, thus reducing conflicts in the future.
Can Agile work without Scrum?
Scrum is a type of agile approach that is used in software development.
While the Agile methodology can be applied to product development not only in the software industry but in other industries as well, Scrum is specific to software development.
Scrum is not a methodology. It simply provides structure, discipline and a framework for Agile development.
What is an Agile Scrum Master?
The ScrumMaster is the team’s coach! The ScrumMaster is responsible for making the process run smoothly, for removing obstacles that effect productivity, and for organizing and facilitating the critical meetings.
Top facts on Agile
Almost three-quarters (71%) of organizations report using Agile approaches sometimes, often, or always. (Source: Project Management Institute)
Agile projects are 28% more successful than traditional projects. (Source: PwC)
Benefits of Adopting Agile (VersionOne State of Agile Report 2018)
Manage changing priorities – 71%
Business/IT alignment – 66%
Delivery speed – 65%
Time to market – 62%
Team productivity – 61%