Iterative, incremental and evolutionary. Most agile development methods break product development work into small increments that minimize the amount of up-front planning and design. Iterations, or sprints, are short time frames (timeboxes) that typically last from one to four weeks (Wikipedia.org).
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN?
In this workshop, you'll get an introduction to agile development through learning the scrum framework. Working in small groups you will receive guidance to practical and fun exercises to deepen your understanding of scrum and agile.
Agile fundamentals Agile organisations Pitfalls of agile Agile leadership Scrum and scrum roles Exercise iterative product development
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Startup founders Executives at small businesses Team leads and managers Product managers / Product owners Designers Engineers Curious individuals :) Process gurus This masterclass is not suitable for experienced agilists, scrum masters and product owners.
Molood is the founder of Remote Forever Summit, the first online summit about distributed agile. She's also a co-owner of Management 3.0 and regularly speaks at conferences around the world. Some of her writings have been featured on Huffington Post and Inc.com, Scrum Alliance, Agile Women magazine and Happy Melly.
She consults, designs and facilitates agile workshops for companies like Ericsson and Cybercom.