Looking back in time, February 2001, marks the birth of Agile development principles. Seventeen exceptional thinkers met for a common motto in ‘The Lodge at Snowbird’ in Utah, United States. The motto was to think differently, plan differently. The road of the evolution in the enterprise and software development was diverse and full of challenges. The challenge was to create something which was more timely and responsive. 1990s, with growth of PC computing acted as a stepping stone in the world of Industry 4.0. The enterprises with this massive expansion faced a crisis in the application development, or application delivery lag. The probable cause was businesses moved faster than anticipated. The analysis of this problem resulted in what we know now as “Manifesto for Agile Software Development”. This also gave rise to a group called “The Agile Alliance.” The development road of Waterfall Vs Agile provided much needed evolutionary respite in the modern era. AgiVetta consulting provides one-day Agile and Scrum basics.
This one-day Agile and Scrum basic workshop will prepare participants for understanding and mastering in creating an Agile mindset, while providing tested and practical techniques for data based iterative product management within Agile and Scrum. During this one day of invigorating exercises, videos, discussions and lecture, attendees will learn and experience the basics of Agile and Scrum methodologies. You will also have an enlightening journey how Agile has changed the spectrum of development. This one-day training will guide you every basic aspect of Agile principles and values along with Agile practices. The intent is to create an Agile mindset so that you understand the core of Agile framework. Exercises, demonstrations, and examples are interwoven throughout the workshop to illustrate the principles being taught. Case studies would be reviewed, and participants will have the chance to raise and discuss their own situations, providing one of the most targeted workshop experiences available.
Managers, Team Leads, Executive Management, managers, VPs, Directors, top Managements, and anyone who wants to travel the agile journey.