Introduction to Agile

  • What is Agile?
  • Why Agile?
  • Where does Agile come from?
  • What is important in Agile?
  • The Agile manifesto
  • The Agile manifesto principles

The Scrum Framework

  • Scrum Overview
  • Empirical Product Development and Scrum Theory
  • Scrum Events
  • The Scrum Team and accountabilities
  • Artefacts and Commitment

The Kanban Method

  • Where did Kanban originate?
  • What is the Kanban method?

Agile Project Management

  • AgilePM
  • Prince2 Agile

Learning outcomes:

Introduction to Agile: 

  • Upon completion, learners will be able to understand agile as an umbrella term and recognise the shift in mindset and team culture required for Agile to work.
  • Be able to recognise the benefits of their organisation of adopting agile ways of working.

The Kanban Method:

  • Be able to describe the Kanban method, why to use it and understand what the values and principles of Kanban mean in their own context.

The Scrum Framework: 

  • Be able to describe the Scrum framework, its roles, events and artifacts and how to apply the framework in their own context.

Agile Project Management

  • Be able to review how projects are setup to work in an agile environment