Agile Transformation Workshops
Each Agile Process Transformation workshop is customized for your organization’s unique culture and business needs. Most organizations follow a typical progression:
- Determine business needs and desired benefits (Senior Leadership)
- Prepare to lead the transformation (Team Leadership)
- Develop and implement the transformation through projects (Team Members / Coaches)
In alignment with Agile methods, our iterative workshops allow you to begin realizing value in as little as 3 months.
You’ve heard that Agile software development will reduce time to market and increase software quality, but how does it do it? This workshop will review Agile’s basic terminology as well as its core features and benefits. Hands-on sessions will help with framing a plan for how Agile can provide specific benefits to your organization. Learn more
Have you decided to try Agile but don’t know where to start? Diving into a “big bang” Agile adoption may not be the most effective way to get to where you want to be. This workshop will facilitate an examination of the current state of your organization, engage you in discussions on what you want to accomplish as a result of your Agile transformation, and help you develop a road map to achieve your goals as efficiently as possible while avoiding common hazards along the way. Hands-on sessions will help with framing a plan for how Agile can provide specific benefits to your organization. Learn More
This workshop will introduce participants to Agile’s terminology, principles, and framework. Hands-on sessions will help reinforce learning by having participants try out various Agile techniques and determine how they can best be used in their organization.
Changing requirements are often cited as a top reason for project failure. Agile software development is iterative and meant to be responsive to change, but in order for development to be truly resilient to change, methods for gathering and expressing requirements must become iterative and agile as well. You may have heard about ‘User Stories’ as the mechanism for expressing Agile requirements, but User Stories are not enough. In any software development enterprise of sufficient size we must be able to express requirements at multiple levels of abstraction. This workshop is intended to help attendees get a handle on the 3 levels of requirements as well as covering techniques for reasoning about and expressing them at all levels. Learn more
This 4-day hands-on workshop will introduce participants to Agile’s terminology, principles, and framework in the context of their own development project. After Agile basics are understood, all learning and exercises will be done in the context of a real project that will get the team off on the right foot for delivery of value-added software. Learn more