Fundamentals of Lean and Agile provides a foundational exploration of what it means to be Lean and Agile. In this course, attendees not only learn the value and basics of Lean and Agile execution – they will also learn many of the necessary “other” elements of any successful Lean and Agile environment. Curriculum includes overviews on Lean and Agile philosophy, iterative and continuous delivery methods, Scrum and Kanban, and how Lean and Agile work is generated, valued, sized and represented; all of which contribute to clear understanding of the Lean and Agile universe.
- Define the terms Lean and Agile as they apply to the modern business environment.
- Describe the philosophy, values, and principles of Lean and Agile.
- Recognize prevalent myths and misconceptions concerning Lean and Agile philosophies and purpose.
- Describe concepts that Lean and Agile philosophies leverage for success.
- Recognize benefits Lean and Agile approaches can provide.
- Explain, at a high-level, the Scrum framework with associated roles and ceremonies.
- Explain, at a high-level, the Kanban principles and method for delivery.
- Balances stakeholders
- Being resilient
- Directs work
- Nimble learning
- Situational agility
- Backlog management
- Culture of innovation
- Planning and organizing
- Project change management
- Project communications management
- Project life cycle adaptation
- Project life cycle management
- Project management
- Project organization and structure
- Project schedule management
- Project tracking and reporting
- Onsite instructor-led: 1 day - 7.5
- Virtual instructor-led: 1 day - 7.5
- Digital/E-learning: 7.5