Download PDFAn increasing number of organizations have found agile software development approaches help them develop products or systems much more effectively than in the past. The values, principles, and techniques of agile approaches certainly help teams build things right. This course is designed to introduce students to the agile values, principles, and techniques and takes an in-depth look into the skills necessary to ensure that the team is identifying and delivering the right thing. Whether you’re an existing agile team or new to an agile approach, everyone involved with an agile project needs to understand the needs they are trying to satisfy and the approach they are using to satisfy those needs.
Students will gain knowledge and skills by practicing techniques and soft skills needed to operate effectively in an agile environment.
Interactive workshops allow students to practice the techniques as they learn. This course is aligned with Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) version 3.0, supports the standards outlined in the IIBA BABOK® Guide and supports the Learning Objectives of the ICAgile Value Management Track. This course can be taken either stand-alone or as part of the broader Analysis in Agile Curriculum.
- How agile values and principles guide a team’s approach to delivering the right thing
- Determine who should fill common agile roles
- Understand common agile approaches and how to apply to the learner’s situation
- Apply agile techniques such as discovery and delivery boards, relative estimating, iteration planning, and others