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Agile Fundamentals

“We’re Agile, so we don’t need to estimate” Wrong!

Acquire a deep understanding of core Agile principles.

Learn to apply Agile frameworks like Scrum or Kanban in practical scenarios.

Develop improved collaboration and communication skills within Agile teams.

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Duration : 4 hrs

Time: 9 am - 5 pm in all time zones

$ 500

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In this comprehensive Agile Fundamental workshop, participants will explore the intrinsic necessity for estimation within Agile frameworks and master the art of Agile Estimation. You will learn “how to be agile while doing agile” in context of popular Agile approaches such as Scrum, Kanban and SAFe®.This course is designed to impart a profound understanding of Agile estimating practices, encompassing advanced techniques like story points, along with the adept use of tools such as burn-down and burn-up charts to enhance estimation and forecasting during product delivery within an Agile framework.


History of Agile

In the Agile fundamentals training course, participants will acquire insights into the agile mindset, values, principles, and fundamental concepts. The course delves into the practical implementation of Agility within prevalent Agile methodologies such as Scrum, Kanban, and SAFe®, offering insights on how to embody agility in practical scenarios.

  • Origin of Agile

  • Agile Manifesto and Principles

  • Agile Beyond Software Development

Mindset and culture

Enterprise agility is the strategic implementation of agile methodologies across the entire organization, with the effectiveness of agile practices closely tied to a company's ability to generate value. Embracing enterprise agility ensures adaptability and responsiveness to changing market dynamics, fostering sustained organizational success.

  • Understanding the Agile mindset

  • Establishing the Agile Mindset

  • Agile as a Journey

Creating a Shared understanding

Within the realm of Agile fundamentals, Agile estimation stands as a cornerstone practice focused on gauging the effort needed for task completion. This foundational concept aligns with the Agile principle of embracing change, emphasizing the adaptability and iterative nature of estimating work. The adoption of techniques like weighing work, originating from the software industry and now integral to Agile methodologies, underscores the fundamental principles of flexibility and responsiveness within Agile teams.

  • Developing Soft Skills

  • Understanding Communication barriers

  • Sharing Knowledge

  • Physical Work Environments

  • Collaboration Techniques

  • Techniques for shared understanding

Shift in roles

A self-organizing team epitomizes a key principle of Agile methodologies — empowering teams to collaborate and make decisions autonomously. This concept emphasizes the team's autonomy in determining and managing its workload, aligning with the Agile manifesto's preference for responding to change over following a plan. Alternatively, these teams autonomously identify their tasks and wield control over the associated responsibilities and deadlines, epitomizing the Agile principles of self-management and adaptability. This fosters adaptability and showcases core Agile values of collaboration and shared accountability.

  • Self-Organizing Teams

  • Cross-functional Teams

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Our Team

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Our Proficiency  

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Our Dedication  

Rather than viewing ourselves merely as a vendor or provider, we see ourselves as dedicated partners in success, actively paving the way for our clients' future achievements.

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