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Location: Guerstlingen, France

July, 22rd – 28th 2019 – Guerstling, France

Deep in the heart of nature this years training week will cover problem solving in complex and chaotic environments.
We prepared different trainings and workshops to get you and your team up and running in no time.

Program

Monday July 22nd, Training: Scrum introduction

Agenda

  • Scrum in the agile world
  • An introduction to Scrum
  • An overview of the Scrum framework
  • Scrum Simulation with LEGO®-SERIOUS-PLAY®-Methode

What’s in it for me

Scrum is a method of values and tools that helps to organize change processes.
In our training we teach you concepts and let you do practical experience in simulations. Our courses are a mix of theory, games and group work.

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Tuesday, July 23rd, Training: Understanding Kanban

Agenda

  • Why Agile?
  • Agile Values
  • Agile Methods Overview
  • Introduction to Kanban
  • How to deal with interrupt work and multi-tasking
  • Visualizing work & identify bottlenecks in flow
  • Four Forms of Proto-Kanban
  • Cost of Delay & WSJF
  • Little’s Law & Cumulative Flow
  • Starting with Kanban: STATIK
  • Classes of Service and Service Level Agreements
  • Kanban at different scale: at team level, multiple teams, multiple projects, etc.

What’s in it for me

Your team is facing delays, changing plans, receives unplanned tasks and fails to deliver to the work committed? Team members are blocked and overburdened which results in low quality products and dissatisfied customers?
Then this training is just perfect for you!

 

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Wednesday, 24th, Training: Design Thinking

Agenda

  • Introduction to Design Thinking
  • Workshop in 5 phases with implementation in the real project:
    1. Research
    2. Synthesis
    3. Ideation
    4. Prototyping
    5. Testing
  • Teamwork and innovation culture
  • Design thinking in everyday working life

What’s in it for me

Our Design Thinking Workshop is a one-day training course in which you will go through the design thinking process in a hands-on and compact way, applying the most important methods directly. Using a specific question (Design Challenge), you will systematically learn to identify relevant problems and develop user-oriented solutions.

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Thursday, 25th, Workshop: Agile Requirements Engineering

Agenda

  • Goals, introduction, basics of requirements engineering in an agile environment
  • Requirements engineering in an agile environment
  • Product vision – what should be developed?
  • Product Backlog – Which requirements are important?
  • User Storys
    • 3C
    • INVEST
    • Good acceptance criteria
    • Cutting user storys
    • Relative Estimations
  • Sprint Planning – The What and the How
  • Sprint Review – Acceptance and Survey
  • Sprint Retro
  • Backlog Refinement – Maintain the backlog continuously

What’s in it for me

Using the example of the Scrum framework, this training shows where requirements engineering practices can be meaningfully used and what place a requirements engineer can take in an agile project.

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Friday, 26th, Training: Scrum Intensive

Agenda

  • An introduction to Scrum
  • An overview of the Scrum framework
  • The history of Scrum and Agile
  • The ins and outs of the ScrumMaster role
  • The role of the Product Owner
  • The role of the Developer
  • How traditional roles are impacted
  • The definition of done
  • Agile requirements
  • Facilitating effective sprint planning sessions
  • Creating and maintaining task boards
  • Getting the most out of your sprints
  • Getting the most out of your retrospectives and reviews
  • Agile estimation
  • Running Planning Poker sessions
  • Release planning
  • A selection of advanced topics chosen by the class
  • How to put it all together

What’s in it for me

Scrum is a method of values and tools that helps to organize change processes.
In our training we teach you concepts and let you do practical experience in simulations. Our courses are a mix of theory, games and group work.

Sign-up now!

 


 

Saturday, 27th, Workshop: Agile Mindset

Agenda

  • History of Traditional project management
  • History of Agile and LEAN methodologies
  • Agile Values and principles
  • Team roles
  • Expectations & Assumptions within a team
  • Team building exercise

What’s in it for me

In this 4 hour workshop you receive valuable hints for working with individuals in agile teams. You will understand what it means to be a servant leader.

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Some impressions from last years event