By Raman Technologies Inc,USA
Wednesday,15th November 2017 to Friday, 17th November 2017 at 8.30am to 5.00pm
Venue : Grand Dorsett Hotel, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

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PMI-ACP w/ IC-Agile Agile Project Management certification COURSE

This 3-day will help participants understand advanced techniques for product and iteration planning, project management and collaboration. The agile project management approach is targeted at projects where fast responsiveness to changing market demands is important and for organizations with innovative cultures. An agile project management approach will help dramatically improve a project team’s ability to cope with change and will improve project success rate.

The course is designed for team managers, team members, product owners, Scrum coaches, XP coaches, project managers and technical managers who wish to become better team players and leaders. Using a combination of lectures, short exercises and role play as well as “agile experience”, the course introduces you to Agile practices and processes in the context of project management.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a copy of the Scrum methodology, training materials, and software. In addition to completion of this course, participants are provided with 24 contact hours and/or PDU credits issued by the Project Management Institute, 24 SEUs issued by the Scrum Alliance, and IC-Agile Agile Project Management Certification.

By the end of this course, you will:
· Understand Agile processes and practices
· Understand Agile terminology such as Scrum, Sprint, etc.
· Be able to conduct various Scrum-oriented meetings such as Sprint Planning, Daily Standup, Sprint Review, and Retrospectives
· Understand how to provide development estimates in the context of Scrums and Sprints
· Be able to plan, run, and scale Scrum projects
· Know how to remove the barriers between development team and product owner/business representative or customer so that the latter drives development
· Teach the customer how to maximize ROI and meet their objectives through Scrum
· Improve effectiveness of the development team by facilitating creativity and empowerment
· Improve the engineering practices and tools so each increment of functionality is potentially shippable
· Understand the implications of offshore development using Scrum
· Improve the adequacy of software engineering good practices

Course Outline

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM (Breakfast & Networking)
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Training)
12:00 – 1:00 PM (Lunch Break & Interaction with Trainer)
10 minutes break will be provided by the trainer (if needed)

Day 1

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM (Breakfast & Networking)

The Vision of Agile Project Management
· Agile principles
· Lean software development principles
· The power of feedback

Understanding the key roles and artifacts of Scrum
Scrum master (Agile project manager)
Product owner
Team members
Product backlog
Sprint planning
Sprint backlog
Tracking board
Sprint demo

12:00 – 1:00 PM (Lunch Break & Interaction with Trainer)

Agile Practices – an overview from management perspective
· Identifying agile stakeholders and their roles
· Focus on Scrum and ScrumMaster
· Principles, practices, roles, challenges

Understanding user stories
The anatomy of a user story
User story development techniques
Story points
Ideal time
Wide band delphi
Playing poker

Agile Customer/Product Owner Practices
· What product will we deliver
· Product vision and product datasheet
· Gathering requirements and building feature backlog
· Writing and improving stories
· Prioritizing features
· Exploration spikes
· Creating release plans
· Iteration zero work

Day 2

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM (Breakfast & Networking)

10 minutes break will be provided by the trainer (if needed)

Agile Development Practices
· How do we approach the project
· Deciding on good technical practices
· Quality and Risk
· Planning for collaboration, communication and decision making

The sprint planning meeting
The sprint planning meeting time box
Feature prioritization
The tracking board
Definition of done
Load balancing

Agile and Traditional Management
· Traditional and agile planning – similarities
· Agile projects and certification (CMM ea.)

12:00 – 1:00 PM (Lunch Break & Interaction with Trainer)

Self organized teams
Work volunteering
Daily stand up meetings
Burn down chart updation
Sprint demo meetings Continuous improvement process
Sprint retrospectives
Scaling scrum
Co-located and distributed teams

Agile Estimation and Planning
· Conducting daily meetings
· Working with customers representatives
· Sharing key project information
· Release and Iteration Planning and Reporting

Best practices and concepts
Agile tooling
Osmotic communications for co-located and distributed teams
WIP limits
Cumulative flow diagram
Process tailoring
Affinity estimating
Product road map
Story maps
Wire frames
Frequent verification and validation
Test driven development / test first development
Continuous integration
Project charter for an agile project
Participatory decision models
Process analysis techniques
Self assessment
Value based assessment

Day 3

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM (Breakfast & Networking)

10 minutes break will be provided by the trainer (if needed)

The power of feedback -- tracking progress and adapting
· Running project retrospectives
· Conducting technical reviews
· Collecting and presenting project status information
· Determining adaptation needs

Soft skills
Emotional intelligence
Adaptive leadership
Conflict resolution
Servant leadership
Building high performance teams

Value based prioritization
Return on investment (ROI)
Net present value (NPV)
Internal rate of return (IRR)
Customer valued prioritization
Minimally marketable feature (MMF)
Relative prioritization / ranking
Business case development

12:00 – 1:00 PM (Lunch Break & Interaction with Trainer)

Agile implementation
Agile contracting methods
Agile project accounting principles
Applying new agile practices
Compliance (Organization)
Control limits for agile projects
Failure modes and alternatives
Globalization, Culture and team diversity
Innovation games
Principles of systems thinking (complex, adaptive, chaoes)
Regulatory compliance
Variance and trend analysis
Vendor management

Agile and large projects
· Team work
· Forming a team
· Contributing to a team – preferences and strength
· Peer-to-peer collaboration -- Group-to-group collaboration
· Running effective meetings
· Communities of practice and tools for knowledge sharing
· Leadership and empowerment
· Dialogue
· Learning organization
· Change and Transition

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