Introduction to Agile, using Agile
Are you curious about agile and agility? Are you just starting out and have more questions after your “boot camp” training? Bring your questions and build the content of the discussion in real time. I’ll demonstrate agile practices in a highly interactive workshop using your own content. No two workshops are the same, because the list of questions are always different! You, the audience, will build the backlog (content/questions), I will estimate them, and then you prioritize the backlog. I’ll go in 10-minute “sprints” taking items off the backlog, answering your questions and addressing your content. AFter, we’ll have a review and a retro. We’ll get as many “sprints” in as we can before our time is up. You walk away with your questions answered, and a “live” demo of what agility looks like in practice.
Outline/structure of the Session
Introduction and explanation - 5 min
Create backlog items - 5 min (timeboxed for the audience)
Estimate items - 5 - 10 min
Prioritize backlog - 10 min (timeboxed for the audience)
1st “sprint” - 10 min
1st Review and Retro - 5 min
2nd “sprint” - 10 min
2nd Review and Retro - 5 min
Wrap-up/Q&A - 5 min
Total: 60 min
If any of the earlier segments run shorter, then I may squeeze in a 3rd “sprint” at a shorter timebox.
Whatever you want to know! You build the content!
Beginners, Team Members, Managers, Practitioners
schedule Submitted 1 year ago
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