Agile Transformation and Scaled Agile
Our Agile courses have been carefully designed by our in-house team to provide you with the opportunity to learn the key skills and latest thinking in Agile. In this course we will show you how to safely and pragmatically introduce agile into any size organization also give you introductory information on 2 major scaled agile frameworks, SAFe® and Nexus™. You will find examples from real case studies and suggestions from industry leaders.
This course is useful for scrum masters, scrum product owners, project managers and agile coaches who will manage an agile transformation project. At the end of this course you will have the necessary knowledge to manage agile transformation in SMEs and also large enterprises.
When you finish this course you will also receive a certification that you can reference to in your further job applications.
This is not a beginner course so if you don’t have any experience or knowledge about agile practices like SCRUM please take one of our beginner courses either for Scrum and Product Owner Role or Scrum and Scrum Master Role before you start this one.
Disclaimer: this course has professional voice over
At the end of this lecture you will answer questions like; Who is the instructor? What this course is about? Who should take this lecture.
Roots of agile
This lecture will be about the history of agile and how it emerged into today's scrum for software development. You will also learn why it is called scrum.
In this lecture we will study examples of the first large companies that transitioned to agile successfully and techniques they used while doing this.
In this lecture you will learn what can fail an enterprise to transition to agile.
In this lecture you will learn the foundation you need to have built in before you start the change in the organization, following with Shu-Ha-Ri which is a way of thinking about how you learn a technique. We will learn how Shu-Ha-Ri is applied to agile transformation.
In this lecture we will learn how to become a good leader and have the organization members support you throughout the process.
In order to get the enterprise to a tipping point to start your agile implementation, you need to follow some steps to make the change successful. These steps are very well explained by John Kotter in his book. In this lecture we will go through these steps with a quick snapshot of each.
After you are ready with all your preparation now you are ready to build your first agile team. This is a critical step as its success will define the future of the change you are putting in. In this lecture we would like to explain how to guarantee the success with an example from the first agile transition project that we managed.
To make agile work, organizations have to establish and develop self organizing teams. In this lecture we will learn how to guide the team to self organize and learn the positive consequences of it.
In this lecture we will examine how to put in a structure to support an enterprise organization for agile ways of working. We will use a case study from McKinsey and ING as an example.
This video is explaining PayPal's agile transformation story directly from PayPal senior managers.
In this lecture we will study an article published by HBR on digital transformation. We will work on the example from consumer packaged goods industry and the change they went through.
This lecture will be the introduction to Scaled Agile section explaining why we would need a plan and a framework to scale agile practices.
The Scaled Agile Framework is a freely revealed knowledge base of proven, integrated patterns for enterprise-scale Lean-Agile development. In this lecture we will have an introduction to what it is about and how it is setup.
In this lecture we will dive deep into planning a program level (essential SAFe®) increment. The roles and their responsibilities in this planning session and the suggested 2 day plan for a PI planning.
The Nexus framework was created by Ken Schwaber, co-creator of the Scrum framework, and was released by his organization, Scrum.org, along with a body of knowledge, the Nexus Guide, in 2015. In this lecture we will make an introduction to this framework and its foundations.
In this lecture we will dive deeper into Nexus by studying the events in Nexus.
In this course we will study the common mistakes done by organizations while scaling agile which results in a failure and a bad experience with agile. With this course you will also learn how to avoid these and take precautions not to experience them in your change project.