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Contemporary Development Principles and Practices

Very informative and gave a nice overall summary of the course outline

Matthew Steptoe - Reed Professional Services LLP

Scrum Essentials Workshop

The trainer adapted every stage of the session in order to match as well the ideal case from the subject to our organisation needs and possibilities.

Wenceslas Lariviere - World Intellectual Property Organization

Scrum Essentials Workshop

How to mediate between parties or persons have different opinions

Ho Beom Jeon - World Intellectual Property Organization

Scrum Essentials Workshop

Fun activities to emphasise the agile / scrum approach

Robert Lawton - World Intellectual Property Organization

Plans des Formations Agile

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3587 Managing Projects using Waterfall and Agile Techniques 14 heures This 2 day course is suitable for any IT professionals who are interested in using the Waterfall model and how people have traditionally tried to deal with its shortcomings - including, but not limited to, Agile approaches. The aim of the 1st day is to give an overview of these approaches enabling you to decide what might suit them in your environment. The 2nd day looks at project management techniques and good practices that have been identified from Agile, and which can be applied in a Waterfall or Agile context.Day 1 - Managing Software Projects in a Waterfall Context 1. Introduction to Waterfall a. Historical Context Winston Royce Background in manufacturing processes b. Waterfall stages Requirements gathering Design Implementation Verification Maintenance c. Waterfall challenges Handling change Distance between business knowledge and implementation Storing risk to late in the lifecycle Prioritisation of scope d. Summary of reactions to Waterfall model Embrace – Waterfall approaches, eg SSADM Cope – V-Model Adapt – Incremental Reject – Agile Enhance – Lean 2. V-Model coping strategies for Waterfall delivery a. Early verification and validation Cost of finding late Reviews and inspections Static analysis b. V-Model test stages Unit/Unit integration System System Integration Acceptance c. V-Model benefits Increased end-user involvement in verification Early risk mitigation 3. Adapting Waterfall with Incremental approaches a. Types of Incremental approaches Pre-planned  Parallel, RAD Evolutionary, RUP b. Incremental delivery principles Product increments Proto-typing Timeboxing c. Benefits of incremental delivery Increased user involvement in decision making Early return on investment Reacts to change  4. Rejecting the Waterfall model in favour of Agile a. Agile Essentials Agile Manifesto Agile Principles b. Introduction to Scrum, the most popular Agile framework Iterative delivery Collaborative working Just in time documentation Adaptive planning c. Benefits of Agile Increased user involvement throughout process Empowered development team Rapid return on investment Greater ability to react to change Reduce nugatory development 5. Enhancing Waterfall with Kanban delivery a. Lean and Kanban  History of Lean delivery  History of Kanban Principle of reducing waste b. Introduction to Kanban The Kanban board Managing work-in-progress c. Benefits of Kanban Greater ability to react to change Rapid return on investment Reduce nugatory development Day 2 - Agile Project Management Techniques 1. Empirical Process Control a. Inspect Demonstration Retrospection b. Adapt Adaptive planning Continuous improvement c. Transparency Stakeholder involvement Contract negotiation Just in time documentation 2. Managing requirements a. Backlogs Product Release Sprint b. Backlog Items User Stories Defects Requirements specifications c. Risk Adjusting Backlog for risk Risk burndown 3. Estimation and control a. Timebox planning Release planning Iteration planning Daily communication b. Prioritisation techniques MoSCow Value based Other techniques c. Estimation techniques User story grooming Planning Poker 4. Delivery management a. Iterative delivery Team velocity Rapid return on investment b. Information radiators Scrum wall Burn-down chart 5. Team management a. Associative leadership ScrumMaster as facilitator Role of the traditional project manager b. End-user involvement The single decision maker - the Product Owner Communicating with stakeholders (Pigs and Chickens) c. Empowered team Self-managing teams The role of the specialist within the team Managing split teams
istqbate ISTQB - Agile Tester Extension - Exam Preparation 21 heures This is preparation course for Agile Tester Extension Exam by ISTQB. The price of the exam is not included the the price of the course. Agile Software Development The Fundamentals of Agile Software Development Aspects of Agile Approaches Fundamental Agile Testing Principles, Practices, and Processes The Differences between Testing in Traditional and Agile Approaches Status of Testing in Agile Projects Role and Skills of a Testiner in an Agile Team Agile Testing Methods, Techniques, and Tools Agile Testing Methods Assessing Quality Risks and Estimating Test Effort Techniques in Agile Projects Tools in Agile Projects
agiletdds Agile, TDD and Swift 35 heures This 5 day course is for developers who wish to write high quality iOS applications in Swift. This is a hands on course which involves writing a number of increasingly complex high quality applications. Delegates will need to have an Apple copmputer with the latest version of OS X and Xcode installed. Delegates wishing to run applications on real devices, rather than emulators, will need to be registered with Apple as iOS developers and have their devices registered.Agile Why Agile Product Owner The Sprint Scrum Master Finishing a Sprint Writing User Stories Swift Swift Language Memory Management Using Xcode Swift Playgrounds TDD and Continuous Integration OO Refresher Test Driven Development Xcode and XCTest Swift TDD Continuous Integration Xcode Server Adaptive Layout Xcode Adaptive Layout View Controllers Linking controls with IBOutlet More Swift Timers Table Views Data Storage Multiple View Controllers Advanced Features Manipulating Images Animations Mapds Geolocation Workshop Workshop to write a Swift application either individually or in small groups.
agilekanbanlean Managing Agile Projects with Lean and Kanban 21 heures This course is created for people who need to combine Agile (notably SCRUM), with Lean and Kanban togather to manage their projects. It combines the worlds of product design and software design.   Lean LEAN Thinking Five Principles of LEAN Using Lean in R&D System Thinking (from Deming) Plan driven vs. Value driven Team Power Innovation curve Agile Why Agile? Comparison of iterative methodologies Why things go wrong The Agile approach What is Scrum? Pigs and chickens Product owner The customer representative Prioritizing product requirements Writing effective stories Acceptance criteria Negotiating sprint contents Group exercise to produce customer requirements and write stories based on the requirements The sprint Sprint backlog Sprint planning: what to do Sprint planning how to do it What happens during a sprint Burn down charts Group exercise to plan a sprint Scrum Master Grooming Meeting Implementing Scrum Ensuring proper practices Maintaining documentation Standup meetings When to pair program Group exercise to implement Scrum Finishing a sprint Scrum review meeting Scrum retrospective meeting Releasing an iteration Group exercise the review a sprint Kanban Command & Control vs. Agile Factory model The functioning of canon The functioning of missile Pillars of Kanban Big Picture Process Concepts behind Kanban Kanban Rules Metrics Flow Diagram + technical practices  Team work Shared responsibility Self-organization Interdisciplinary Benefit the "right" team work Kanban Board How to visualize process? How to create Kanban Board? What are and how to introduce WIP limits? What are and how to introduce Classes of Service? Customer Engagement The most common waste Value Stream Waste Value Stream Mapping Waste analysis Main concepts behind Kaizen (MUDA / MURI / MURA) Bottlenecks analysis Five Focusing Steps Product Discovery Methods and Tools Golden Circle Impact mapping Design Thinking User story mapping  
scrumess Scrum Essentials Workshop 14 heures This course is very much structered towards a workshop approach to enable delegates an opportunity to practise the Scrum and Agile skills. Day 1 Morning Agile principles & Scrum overview Day 1 Afternoon Release planning exercise – including definition of done, Product Backlog creation, prioritisation, estimation and refining Simulation Sprint 1 (all Sprints will include: Sprint Planning, creating/implementing Sprint Backlog, Review) Retrospective on Sprint 1 Day 2 Morning Backlog refining exercise – focus on estimation, story points and velocity Simulation Sprint 2 - focus on relationships with other stakeholders, burndown charts, Review meeting Retrospective on Sprint 2 Day 2 Afternoon Simulation Sprint 3 – focus on team dynamics Retrospective on Sprint 3 Simulation Sprint 4 Retrospective on Sprint 4
safeTM03 SAFe® 4.0 for Teams (For onsite delivery as part of a real-world Agile Release Train) 14 heures This two-day course teaches teams who are part of an Agile Release Train (ART) how to work in an Agile environment using Scrum, Kanban, and XP. The teams will learn how to become Agile Teams, build their backlog, and plan and execute iterations. Agile teams learn about their ART and their role in it, planning, executing, and improving with other teams. This class prepares teams to run a Program Increment (PI), including all meetings at the Team and Program level with a specific focus on the upcoming PI planning. Attending the class prepares participants to take the exam and become a certified SAFe® Practitioner (SP).Learning Goals After this course, you should be able to: Apply SAFe to scale Lean and Agile development in your enterprise Know your team and its role on the Agile Release Train Know all other teams on the train, their roles and the dependencies between the teams Plan iterations Execute iterations, demo value, and improve your process Plan Program Increments Integrate and work with other teams on the train Topics Covered Introducing the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) Building an Agile Team Planning the Iteration Executing the Iteration Executing the Program Increment  
safeSA02 Leading the Lean-Agile Software Enterprise with the Scaled Agile Framework® - Scaled Agilist Certification (SA) 14 heures This two-day course teaches the Lean-Agile principles and practices of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®). You’ll learn how to execute and release value through Agile Release Trains, how to build an Agile Portfolio, and how to lead a Lean-Agile transformation at enterprise scale. You will gain an understanding of the Lean-Agile mindset and how to apply the principles and practices of SAFe to support Agile teams, programs, program portfolio management, and to coordinate large Value Streams. Attending the class prepares you to take the exam and become a certified SAFe® Agilist (SA). Associated Certification: SAFe Agilist (SA) The following individuals will benefit from this course: Executives and Leaders, Managers, Directors, CIOs, and VPs Development QA and Infrastructure Management Program and Project Managers Product and Product Line Management Portfolio Managers, PMO, and Process Leads Enterprise, System and Solution Architects Learning Objectives: After this course, you will understand how to: Apply SAFe to scale Lean and Agile development in your enterprise Support the execution of Agile Release Trains Coordinate large Value Streams Manage a Lean-Agile Portfolio Align the organization to a common process model Configure the Framework for your context Unlock the intrinsic motivation of knowledge workers Support a Lean-Agile transformation in your enterprise Topics Covered Introducing the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe): Embracing a Lean-Agile Mindset Understanding SAFe Principles Implementing an Agile Release Train Experiencing PI Planning Executing and Releasing Value Building an Agile Portfolio Coordinating Large Value Streams Leading the Lean-Agile Enterprise
scrumintro Introduction to Scrum 14 heures Introduction to Scrum What is Agile? What is SCRUM? Why SCRUM?  Challenges 2 Artifacts / 3 Roles / 4 Events Case Study Online references / Study Material Scrum Ceritification Guidelines  
prodown Preparation for Professional Product Owner 14 heures This course is designed to provide a clear understanding of Scrum and the importance of the role of the Product Owner and is highly interactive.  Audience: Product managers, Scrum Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Managers of business lines, architects, strategy managers, business analysts or anyone with and interest and role in optimizing the return of investment. Module 1: Coverage of Scrum principles and values Scrum framework, roles & responsibilities , artifacts and events Why disciplined and intelligent use of Scrum is so important to achieve business value Module 2: The need for and the power of feedback loops Managing Requirements , clearly express Product Backlog items How to deal with stakeholders The importance of Quality and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) How Scrum can be employed to achieve business objectives and maximise ROI Module 3: Planning Releases, Lean Planning How to maintain product agility How to deal with distributed teams How to start & scale The role of the Product Owner Q&A Certification: Scrum.org provides an online assessment where you can achieve the internationally recognised Professional Product Owner™ I Certification upon achieving 85% or more of the available points. The assessment may be taken independently following the course; the fee for the assessment is currently around £200 and entitles you to one attempt.
agilescrumcust Agile Project Management with Scrum - Customized 14 heures Who should attend? This 2 day course is suitable for any IT professionals who are interested in implementing Iterative Agile and Scrum methodologies to manage software and infrastructure development. This course is particularly suited to project managers, team leaders, developers and customers of software development wishing to have a stake holding in the development process. Why Agile? Comparison of iterative methodologies Why things go wrong The Agile approach What is Scrum? Pigs and chickens Product owner The customer representative Prioritizing product requirements Writing effective stories Acceptance criteria Negotiating sprint contents Group exercise to produce customer requirements and write stories based on the requirements The sprint Sprint backlog Sprint planning: what to do Sprint planning how to do it What happens during a sprint Burn down charts Group exercise to plan a sprint Scrum Master Implementing Scrum Ensuring proper practices Maintaining documentation Standup meetings When to pair program Group exercise to implement Scrum Finishing a sprint Scrum review meeting Scrum retrospective meeting Releasing an iteration Group exercise the review a sprint Is Agile and Scrum for you? Review of the Scrum process Comparison with other methodologies Benefits of pair programming Group exercise to discuss which aspects of Agile and Scrum can be applied to attendees organisations Agile and Infrastructure development Devops concepts Including hardware/infrastructure development in Scrum
condev Contemporary Development Principles and Practices 14 heures The course covers contemporary development principles and practices, including the place of project management, testing and business analysis, within Agile and traditional Waterfall contexts. The course is intended to be workshop-style with opportunities for delegates to ask questions and explore real life application of the content. This course comprises a series of modules with each module designed to take 1.5hrs, ie 1 training day would consist of 4 modules. Intended Audience This course is aimed at those who want to gain a rapid overview of contemporary Waterfall & Agile software development and the impact on project management, testing and business analysis. Module 1:  Traditional Development Approaches 1.1 Overview of Sequential, Predictive Development Approaches Description of sequential, predictive ‘Waterfall’ approaches Timeline of evolution of Waterfall approaches 1.2 Strawman Waterfall Dr Winston Royce’s Waterfall model Benefits of Waterfall for controlling projects Royce’s “Inherent risks” 1.3 V-Model Early verification and validation Benefits of V-model 1.4 Incremental Models Example of Rational Unified Process Incremental delivery Breaking down scope and managing risk 1.5 When to Use Waterfall Defined process control Module 2:  Prince2 Overview 2.1 What is Prince2? Definition and origins Prince2 Certifications: Foundation, Practitioner, Agile Benefits of Prince2 2.2 Prince2 Methodology Roles – Project manager, customer, user, supplier, project board Management Techniques – Project assurance, project support Scope - Interaction with contracts and contractual management Controlling Change – Risk, quality, and change management 2.3 Prince2 Process Model Directing a project Starting up a project Initiating a project Managing stage boundaries Controlling a stage Managing product delivery Closing a project Planning                              Module 3:  Agile Overview 3.1 Historical Overview Timeline of evolution of ‘Agile’ ideas 90’s to present Early Agile approaches – Scrum, XP, DSDM Agile Developments – Kanban, BDD, DevOps, Scaling 3.2 The Agile Manifesto Background to creating the Manifesto Agile Manifesto overview Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan Module 4:  Agile Principles 4.1 The 12 Agile Principles Group discussion on each principle 4.2 Summary of Agile concepts Iterative planning and development Continuous improvement Continuous learning Collaboration and face-to-face communication Collective accountability Cross-functional teams Module 5:  Agile Project Management with Scrum 5.1 The Scrum Framework Overview – Scrum Guide 2016 Scrum roles and responsibilities – Scrum Master, Product Owner, Team Scrum events – Sprint, Sprint Planning, Review, Retrospective, Daily Scrum Scrum artefacts – Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Product Increment 5.2 Agile Project Management Principles Empirical Process Control Iterative planning and reporting Continuous Improvement and retrospection Resource management and teams Module 6: Software Testing 6.1 Testing Fundamentals The Fundamental Test Process Planning, Analysis & Design, Execution, Evaluation, Closure Test levels – unit, integration, system, user acceptance Test approaches – requirements-based, risk-based, experience-based Test design techniques – white-box, black-box techniques 6.2 Agile Testing Agile Testing Quadrants overview – test strategy, planning Test-driven development Test automation principles – test automation pyramid 6.3 Test Types Technology-facing tests that guide development Unit testing, TDD, smoke tests Business-facing tests that guide development Story tests, examples, acceptance testing Business-facing tests that critique the product Exploratory testing, Alpa/Beta testing, UAT Technology-facing tests that critique the product Performance testing, usability, quality attributes               Module 7:  Traditional Business Analysis 7.1 What is Business Analysis? Business analysis and the business analyst Levels of business analysis – enterprise, project, operational Business Analysis principles 7.2 IIBA BA Book of Knowledge – Knowledge Areas Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring Elicitation and Collaboration Requirements Life Cycle Management Strategy Analysis Requirements Analysis and Design Definition Solution Evaluation Module 8:  Agile Business Analysis 8.1 Agile Business Analysis Considerations Iterative development Cross-functional teams Collaboration between business and technology areas 8.2 Behaviour-Driven Development Overview Origins in TDD and recent developments Definitions – BDD, ATDD, Specification by Example 8.3 BDD Activities Focus on features that deliver business value Derive features collaboratively Keep options open Use concrete examples to illustrate features Write executable specifications Create living documentation 8.4 Agile BA Techniques & Tools Business value definition Personas Impact Mapping Real options User Stories and acceptance criteria Relative estimation Given-When-Then template Tool support for BDD

Les Formations à Venir

FormationDate FormationPrix [A distance / Classe]
ISTQB - Agile Tester Extension - Exam Preparation - Lille, Gare Flandreslun, 2017-09-04 09:304160EUR / 4810EUR
Agile, TDD and Swift - Tours, Parc Honoré de Balzaclun, 2017-09-04 09:307500EUR / 8450EUR
Introduction to Scrum - Marseille, Quartier du Pradolun, 2017-09-04 09:302920EUR / 3420EUR
Managing Projects using Waterfall and Agile Techniques - Orléans, gare centralemar, 2017-09-05 09:302630EUR / 3130EUR

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