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Upcoming Courses

    • 10 Sep 2015
    • 9:30 AM (UTC+05:30)
    • 11 Sep 2015
    • 5:30 PM (UTC+05:30)
    • Octave Hotel, 14, Kaikonadanahalli Village, Sarjapura Road, Bangalore – 560 035




    Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is an IT process decision framework for delivering sophisticated agile solutions in the enterprise. It builds on the existing proven practices from agile methods such as Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Lean software development, Unified Process, and Agile Modeling to include other aspects necessary for success in the enterprise. DAD fills in the gaps left by mainstream methods by providing guidance on how to effectively plan and kickstart complex projects as well as how to apply a full lifecycle approach, with lightweight milestones, effective metrics, and agile governance.

    The two day workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.

     

    This course is excellent preparation for your test for Yellow Belt Certification.


       Provider is a member of PMI’s R.E.P. Program and PMI does not specifically endorse, approve, or warrant R.E.P.’s products, courses, publications, or services.


    Audience
    • IT practitioners new to agile who want to get an effective start at agile solution delivery
    • Existing agile practitioners who want to take it to the next level
    • Senior IT Management who want to gain a deep understanding of how to take a disciplined approach to agile solution delivery
    • Agile practitioners who hope to grade for a Disciplined Agile Yellow Belt or Disciplined Agile Green Belt
    Benefits
    • Receive one Complimentary Yellow Belt test attempt when written within 15 days of the course end date, a $100 US value
    • Once the course is completed you are able to claim 14 PDU/Contact Hours, Category 3 from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

    • Avoid costly agile adoption mistakes by starting with a full delivery lifecycle
    • Learn how all aspects of software delivery – architecture, design, testing, programming, leadership, quality assurance, data administration – come together in a cohesive whole
    • Discover how to tailor your agile process to reflect the actual situation you find yourself in
    • Gain hands-on experience with agile solution delivery techniques
    Outline
    • Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
    • Inception Phase: Initiating a DAD Project
    • Construction Phase: Building Consumable Increments of your Solution
    • Transition Phase: Releasing the Solution to your Stakeholders
    • Summarizing the Workshop: A Retrospective
    Workshop Logistics
    • Level: Introductory
    • Length: Two days – 14 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
    • Approach: For each major topic in the agenda there will be instruction followed by group work. Students will work through a case study throughout the workshop so that they can discover how to apply a disciplined agile approach from end-to-end.
    • Prerequisites: Basic concepts of agile methods such as Scrum useful but not required.
    Instructor
    • Saket Bansal
    Location
    • Octave Hotel, Sarjapura, Bangalore
    • 22 Sep 2015
    • 9:00 AM (UTC+03:00)
    • 24 Sep 2015
    • 6:00 PM (UTC+03:00)
    • Bucharest, Romania

         

     

       

    Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is an IT process decision framework for delivering sophisticated agile solutions in the enterprise. It builds on the existing proven practices from agile methods such as Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Lean software development, Unified Process, and Agile Modeling to include other aspects necessary for success in the enterprise. DAD fills in the gaps left by mainstream methods by providing guidance on how to effectively plan and kickstart complex projects as well as how to apply a full lifecycle approach, with lightweight milestones, effective metrics, and agile governance.

     

    The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.  

     

           

       Provider is a member of PMI’s R.E.P. Program and PMI does not specifically endorse, approve, or warrant R.E.P.’s products, courses, publications, or services.

     

     

    Audience   

    • IT practitioners new to agile who want to get an effective start at agile solution delivery
    • Existing agile practitioners who want to take it to the next level
    • Senior IT Management who want to gain a deep understanding of how to take a disciplined approach to agile solution delivery
    Benefits
    • Receive one Complimentary Yellow Belt test attempt when written within 15 days of the course end date, a $100 US value
    • Once the course is completed you are able to claim 21 PDU/Contact Hours, Category 3 from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

    • Avoid costly agile adoption mistakes by starting with a full delivery lifecycle
    • Learn how all aspects of software delivery – architecture, design, testing, programming, leadership, quality assurance, data administration – come together in a cohesive whole
    • Discover how to tailor your agile process to reflect the actual situation you find yourself in
    • Gain hands-on experience with agile solution delivery techniques
    Outline
    • Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
    • Agile Foundations
    • Forming DAD Teams
    • Inception Phase: Initiating a DAD Project
    • Construction Phase: Building Consumable Increments of your Solution
    • Transition Phase: Releasing the Solution to your Stakeholders
    • DAD Simulation
    • Advanced topics: Adopting DAD, Governance, and Scaling
    • Summarizing the Workshop: A Retrospective
    Workshop Logistics
    • Level: Introductory
    • Length: Three days – 21 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
    • Approach: For each major topic in the agenda there will be instruction followed by group work. Students will work through a case study throughout the workshop so that they can discover how to apply a disciplined agile approach from end-to-end.
    • Prerequisites: Basic concepts of agile methods such as Scrum useful but not required.
    Instructor
    • Scott Ambler
    • 05 Oct 2015
    • 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • 06 Oct 2015
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Market Street Offices: 1700 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 Large Conference Room


       


    Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is an IT process decision framework for delivering sophisticated agile solutions in the enterprise. It builds on the existing proven practices from agile methods such as Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Lean software development, Unified Process, and Agile Modeling to include other aspects necessary for success in the enterprise. DAD fills in the gaps left by mainstream methods by providing guidance on how to effectively plan and kickstart complex projects as well as how to apply a full lifecycle approach, with lightweight milestones, effective metrics, and agile governance.

    The two day workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.

     

    This course is excellent preparation for your test for Yellow Belt Certification.



       Provider is a member of PMI’s R.E.P. Program and PMI does not specifically endorse, approve, or warrant R.E.P.’s products, courses, publications, or services.

    Audience
    • IT practitioners new to agile who want to get an effective start at agile solution delivery
    • Existing agile practitioners who want to take it to the next level
    • Senior IT Management who want to gain a deep understanding of how to take a disciplined approach to agile solution delivery
    • Agile practitioners who hope to grade for a Disciplined Agile Yellow Belt or Disciplined Agile Green Belt
    Benefits
    • Receive one Complimentary Yellow Belt test attempt when written within 15 days of the course end date, a $100 US value
    • Once the course is completed you are able to claim 14 PDU/Contact Hours, Category 3 from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

    • Avoid costly agile adoption mistakes by starting with a full delivery lifecycle
    • Learn how all aspects of software delivery – architecture, design, testing, programming, leadership, quality assurance, data administration – come together in a cohesive whole
    • Discover how to tailor your agile process to reflect the actual situation you find yourself in
    • Gain hands-on experience with agile solution delivery techniques
    Outline
    • Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
    • Inception Phase: Initiating a DAD Project
    • Construction Phase: Building Consumable Increments of your Solution
    • Transition Phase: Releasing the Solution to your Stakeholders
    • Summarizing the Workshop: A Retrospective
    Workshop Logistics
    • Level: Introductory
    • Length: Two days – 14 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
    • Approach: For each major topic in the agenda there will be instruction followed by group work. Students will work through a case study throughout the workshop so that they can discover how to apply a disciplined agile approach from end-to-end.
    • Prerequisites: Basic concepts of agile methods such as Scrum useful but not required.
    Instructor
    • Scott Ambler
    Location
    • 07 Oct 2015
    • 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • 08 Oct 2015
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Franklin Street Office Suites- 265 Franklin Street Boston, MA 02110- Large Conference Room



    Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is an IT process decision framework for delivering sophisticated agile solutions in the enterprise. It builds on the existing proven practices from agile methods such as Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Lean software development, Unified Process, and Agile Modeling to include other aspects necessary for success in the enterprise. DAD fills in the gaps left by mainstream methods by providing guidance on how to effectively plan and kickstart complex projects as well as how to apply a full lifecycle approach, with lightweight milestones, effective metrics, and agile governance.

    The two day workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.

     

    This course is excellent preparation for your test for Yellow Belt Certification.




       Provider is a member of PMI’s R.E.P. Program and PMI does not specifically endorse, approve, or warrant R.E.P.’s products, courses, publications, or services.


    Audience
    • IT practitioners new to agile who want to get an effective start at agile solution delivery
    • Existing agile practitioners who want to take it to the next level
    • Senior IT Management who want to gain a deep understanding of how to take a disciplined approach to agile solution delivery
    • Agile practitioners who hope to grade for a Disciplined Agile Yellow Belt or Disciplined Agile Green Belt
    Benefits
    • Receive one Complimentary Yellow Belt test attempt when written within 15 days of the course end date, a $100 US value
    • Once the course is completed you are able to claim 14 PDU/Contact Hours, Category 3 from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

    • Avoid costly agile adoption mistakes by starting with a full delivery lifecycle
    • Learn how all aspects of software delivery – architecture, design, testing, programming, leadership, quality assurance, data administration – come together in a cohesive whole
    • Discover how to tailor your agile process to reflect the actual situation you find yourself in
    • Gain hands-on experience with agile solution delivery techniques
    Outline
    • Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
    • Inception Phase: Initiating a DAD Project
    • Construction Phase: Building Consumable Increments of your Solution
    • Transition Phase: Releasing the Solution to your Stakeholders
    • Summarizing the Workshop: A Retrospective
    Workshop Logistics
    • Level: Introductory
    • Length: Two days – 14 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
    • Approach: For each major topic in the agenda there will be instruction followed by group work. Students will work through a case study throughout the workshop so that they can discover how to apply a disciplined agile approach from end-to-end.
    • Prerequisites: Basic concepts of agile methods such as Scrum useful but not required.
    Instructor
    • Scott Ambler
    Location
    • 16 Oct 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Charlotte Convention Center, 501 S College St, 28202

           

       


    You have been working on agile projects, very often taking a Scrum or Kanban-based approach, and for the most part you’ve had positive experiences.  But you’ve run into a few challenges along the way and you realize that surely others have already figured these things out.  This is where Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) comes in.  DAD is a hybrid agile approach which combines strategies from a variety of sources – Scrum, XP, Agile Modeling, Kanban, and many others – and shows how they fit together in a pragmatic manner which reflects the realities of enterprise environments.  DAD provides coherent guidance for how to address many, if not all, of the challenges that you are struggling with.

     

    The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.



    Audience

    • Experienced agilists wanting to increase their understanding of DAD
    • People wishing to prepare for Disciplined Agile Certification
    Benefits
    • Gain first-hand knowledge about the DAD framework and it's application from one of its co-founders
    Agenda


    The agenda will be tailored to meet your needs.  We begin with a brief overview of the fundamentals of Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD), Disciplined DevOps, and Disciplined Agile IT.  We call this the Disciplined Agile 2.0 framework.   Then the remainder of the workshop is run like an agile project.  As a group we run through a brainstorming session where workshop participants identify questions that they want to get answered about how to pragmatically apply agile strategies in the situations that they face.  We then group the questions into topics.  At that point we treat the topics as requirements for the workshop which we estimate, prioritize, and work through in an agile manner.  This approach enables us to tailor a workshop that addresses your most pressing concerns.

     

    Some questions that have been asked in previous workshops:

    • How do architecture practices fit in?
    • How can you remain agile when you need to give a fixed estimate up front?
    • How do you work in an agile manner when the team isn’t co-located?
    • How do you organize large agile teams?
    • How do we improve our testing strategies?
    • How do we evolve from Scrum to DAD?
    • How does DAD support DevOps?
    • How do project managers/business analysts/quality professionals/… fit in?
    Workshop Logistics

    • Level: Advanced
    • Length: One day – 7 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
    • Approach: A brief introductory lecture followed by participant-driven discussions.
    • Prerequisites: Attendees must have actual experience on at least one agile project and are familiar with agile software development concepts.
    • Classroom Requirements: For the students a table layout is preferred. Ideally there should be tables of 4-6 people with sufficient space between them so that students can easily move about.For the instructor a screen, projector, and writing space (whiteboards or flip charts).

    Instructor
    • Scott Ambler
      • 27 Oct 2015
      • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
      • Vancouver, BC: TBD

           
             


      You have been working on agile projects, very often taking a Scrum or Kanban-based approach, and for the most part you’ve had positive experiences.  But you’ve run into a few challenges along the way and you realize that surely others have already figured these things out.  This is where Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) comes in.  DAD is a hybrid agile approach which combines strategies from a variety of sources – Scrum, XP, Agile Modeling, Kanban, and many others – and shows how they fit together in a pragmatic manner which reflects the realities of enterprise environments.  DAD provides coherent guidance for how to address many, if not all, of the challenges that you are struggling with.

       

      The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.


      Registration- Coming soon!


      Audience

      • Experienced agilists wanting to increase their understanding of DAD
      • People wishing to prepare for Disciplined Agile Certification
      Benefits
      • Gain first-hand knowledge about the DAD framework and it's application from one of its co-founders
      Agenda


      The agenda will be tailored to meet your needs.  We begin with a brief overview of the fundamentals of Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD), Disciplined DevOps, and Disciplined Agile IT.  We call this the Disciplined Agile 2.0 framework.   Then the remainder of the workshop is run like an agile project.  As a group we run through a brainstorming session where workshop participants identify questions that they want to get answered about how to pragmatically apply agile strategies in the situations that they face.  We then group the questions into topics.  At that point we treat the topics as requirements for the workshop which we estimate, prioritize, and work through in an agile manner.  This approach enables us to tailor a workshop that addresses your most pressing concerns.

       

      Some questions that have been asked in previous workshops:

      • How do architecture practices fit in?
      • How can you remain agile when you need to give a fixed estimate up front?
      • How do you work in an agile manner when the team isn’t co-located?
      • How do you organize large agile teams?
      • How do we improve our testing strategies?
      • How do we evolve from Scrum to DAD?
      • How does DAD support DevOps?
      • How do project managers/business analysts/quality professionals/… fit in?
      Workshop Logistics

      • Level: Advanced
      • Length: One day – 7 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
      • Approach: A brief introductory lecture followed by participant-driven discussions.
      • Prerequisites: Attendees must have actual experience on at least one agile project and are familiar with agile software development concepts.
      • Classroom Requirements: For the students a table layout is preferred. Ideally there should be tables of 4-6 people with sufficient space between them so that students can easily move about.For the instructor a screen, projector, and writing space (whiteboards or flip charts).

      Instructor

      • Mark Lines
        • 04 Nov 2015
        • 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (CST)
        • Winnipeg, Manitoba Location TBD





              

                                             

        Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is an IT process decision framework for delivering sophisticated agile solutions in the enterprise. It builds on the existing proven practices from agile methods such as Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Lean software development, Unified Process, and Agile Modeling to include other aspects necessary for success in the enterprise. DAD fills in the gaps left by mainstream methods by providing guidance on how to effectively plan and kickstart complex projects as well as how to apply a full lifecycle approach, with lightweight milestones, effective metrics, and agile governance.

         

        This one day workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.


        This one day workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.



        Registration
           Provider is a member of PMI’s R.E.P. Program and PMI does not specifically endorse, approve, or warrant R.E.P.’s products, courses, publications, or services


        Audience

        • IT practitioners new to agile who want to get an effective start at agile solution delivery
        • Existing agile practitioners who want to take it to the next level
        • Senior IT Management who want to gain a deep understanding of how to take a disciplined approach to agile solution delivery
        • Agile practitioners who hope to apply for a Disciplined Agile Yellow Belt or Disciplined Agile Green Belt

        Benefits

        • Go beyond Scrum to avoid costly agile adoption mistakes by starting with a full delivery lifecycle
        • Learn how all aspects of software delivery – architecture, design, testing, programming, leadership, quality assurance, data administration – come together in a cohesive whole
        • Discover how to tailor your agile process to reflect the actual situation you find yourself in

        Outline

        1. Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
        2. Inception Phase: Initiating a DAD Project
        3. Construction Phase: Building Consumable Increments of your Solution
        4. Transition Phase: Releasing the Solution to your Stakeholders
        5. Summarizing the Workshop: A Retrospective

        Instructor

        • Mark Lines
        • 10 Nov 2015
        • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (EST)
        • TBD

         

         

         

         

         

           

          

        You have been working on agile projects, very often taking a Scrum or Kanban-based approach, and for the most part you’ve had positive experiences.  But you’ve run into a few challenges along the way and you realize that surely others have already figured these things out.  This is where Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) comes in.  DAD is a hybrid agile approach which combines strategies from a variety of sources – Scrum, XP, Agile Modeling, Kanban, and many others – and shows how they fit together in a pragmatic manner which reflects the realities of enterprise environments.  DAD provides coherent guidance for how to address many, if not all, of the challenges that you are struggling with.

         

        The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.

         

        Registration coming soon!


        Audience

        • Experienced agilists wanting to increase their understanding of DAD
        • People wishing to prepare for Disciplined Agile Certification
        Benefits
        • Gain first-hand knowledge about the DAD framework and it's application from one of its co-founders
        Agenda


        The agenda will be tailored to meet your needs.  We begin with a brief overview of the fundamentals of Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD), Disciplined DevOps, and Disciplined Agile IT.  We call this the Disciplined Agile 2.0 framework.   Then the remainder of the workshop is run like an agile project.  As a group we run through a brainstorming session where workshop participants identify questions that they want to get answered about how to pragmatically apply agile strategies in the situations that they face.  We then group the questions into topics.  At that point we treat the topics as requirements for the workshop which we estimate, prioritize, and work through in an agile manner.  This approach enables us to tailor a workshop that addresses your most pressing concerns.

         

        Some questions that have been asked in previous workshops:

        • How do architecture practices fit in?
        • How can you remain agile when you need to give a fixed estimate up front?
        • How do you work in an agile manner when the team isn’t co-located?
        • How do you organize large agile teams?
        • How do we improve our testing strategies?
        • How do we evolve from Scrum to DAD?
        • How does DAD support DevOps?
        • How do project managers/business analysts/quality professionals/… fit in?
        Workshop Logistics

        • Level: Advanced
        • Length: One day – 7 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
        • Approach: A brief introductory lecture followed by participant-driven discussions.
        • Prerequisites: Attendees must have actual experience on at least one agile project and are familiar with agile software development concepts.
        • Classroom Requirements: For the students a table layout is preferred. Ideally there should be tables of 4-6 people with sufficient space between them so that students can easily move about.For the instructor a screen, projector, and writing space (whiteboards or flip charts).

        Instructor
        • Scott Ambler
        • 01 Dec 2015
        • 8:30 AM (UTC+01:00)
        • 03 Dec 2015
        • 5:00 PM (UTC+01:00)
        • Madrid, Spain


                                                                           

            
                       

         

        Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is an IT process decision framework for delivering sophisticated agile solutions in the enterprise. It builds on the existing proven practices from agile methods such as Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Lean software development, Unified Process, and Agile Modeling to include other aspects necessary for success in the enterprise. DAD fills in the gaps left by mainstream methods by providing guidance on how to effectively plan and kickstart complex projects as well as how to apply a full lifecycle approach, with lightweight milestones, effective metrics, and agile governance.

         

        The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.



        To Register
        • Details TBA
         

        P
        rovider is a member of PMI’s R.E.P. Program and PMI does not specifically endorse, approve, or warrant R.E.P.’s products, courses, publications, or services




        Audience

        • IT practitioners new to agile who want to get an effective start at agile solution delivery
        • Existing agile practitioners who want to take it to the next level
        • Senior IT Management who want to gain a deep understanding of how to take a disciplined approach to agile solution delivery
        Benefits
        • One Complimentary Yellow Belt test attempt when written within 15 days of the course end date, a $100 US value
        • Once the course is completed you are able to claim 21 PDU/Contact Hours, Category 3 from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

        • Avoid costly agile adoption mistakes by starting with a full delivery lifecycle
        • Learn how all aspects of software delivery – architecture, design, testing, programming, leadership, quality assurance, data administration – come together in a cohesive whole
        • Discover how to tailor your agile process to reflect the actual situation you find yourself in
        • Gain hands-on experience with agile solution delivery techniques
        Outline
        • Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
        • Agile Foundations
        • Forming DAD Teams
        • Inception Phase: Initiating a DAD Project
        • Construction Phase: Building Consumable Increments of your Solution
        • Transition Phase: Releasing the Solution to your Stakeholders
        • DAD Simulation
        • Advanced topics: Adopting DAD, Governance, and Scaling
        • Summarizing the Workshop: A Retrospective
        Workshop Logistics
        • Level: Introductory
        • Length: Three days – 21 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
        • Approach: For each major topic in the agenda there will be instruction followed by group work. Students will work through a case study throughout the workshop so that they can discover how to apply a disciplined agile approach from end-to-end.
        • Prerequisites: Basic concepts of agile methods such as Scrum useful but not required.
        Instructor
        • Scott Ambler
        • 04 Dec 2015
        • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (UTC+01:00)
        • Madrid, Spain

             

                                 

                       

        You have been working on agile projects, very often taking a Scrum or Kanban-based approach, and for the most part you’ve had positive experiences.  But you’ve run into a few challenges along the way and you realize that surely others have already figured these things out.  This is where Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) comes in.  DAD is a hybrid agile approach which combines strategies from a variety of sources – Scrum, XP, Agile Modeling, Kanban, and many others – and shows how they fit together in a pragmatic manner which reflects the realities of enterprise environments.  DAD provides coherent guidance for how to address many, if not all, of the challenges that you are struggling with.

         

        The workshop is not technical and is suitable for all team members. Many group exercises reinforce the principles learned. The workshop is also valuable for management tasked with moving from traditional approaches to agile.


        To Register

        • Details TBA


        Audience

        • Experienced agilists wanting to increase their understanding of DAD
        • People wishing to prepare for Disciplined Agile Certification
        Benefits
        • Gain first-hand knowledge about the DAD framework and it's application from one of its co-founders
        Agenda


        The agenda will be tailored to meet your needs.  We begin with a brief overview of the fundamentals of Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD).  Then the remainder of the workshop is run like an agile project.  As a group we run through a brainstorming session where workshop participants identify questions that they want to get answered about how to pragmatically apply agile strategies in the situations that they face.  We then group the questions into topics.  At that point we treat the topics as requirements for the workshop which we estimate, prioritize, and work through in an agile manner.  This approach enables us to tailor a workshop that addresses your most pressing concerns.

         

        Some questions that have been asked in previous workshops:

        • How do architecture practices fit in?
        • How can you remain agile when you need to give a fixed estimate up front?
        • How do you work in an agile manner when the team isn’t co-located?
        • How do you organize large agile teams?
        • How do we improve our testing strategies?
        • How do we evolve from Scrum to DAD?
        • How does DAD support DevOps?
        • How do project managers/business analysts/quality professionals/… fit in?
        Workshop Logistics

        • Level: Advanced
        • Length: One day – 7 hours of classroom time plus breaks.
        • Approach: A brief introductory lecture followed by participant-driven discussions.
        • Prerequisites: Attendees must have actual experience on at least one agile project.

        Instructor
        • Scott Ambler

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